Confucius Classroom at Belarusian State University of Physical Culture Celebrates the Lantern Festival of the Year of Rooster

[Source]    Confucius Classroom at Belarusian State University of Physical Culture [Time]    2017-03-07 16:26:28 
 

On Feb. 10th local time, the Confucius Classroom at Belarusian State University of Physical Culture held a Chinese Culture Day Activity themed “Act with the Rooster to Celebrate the Lantern Festival”. Over 600 people, including teachers and students of Belarusian State University of Physical Culture, staff and students of the Confucius Classroom and people from all walks of life joined and jointly celebrated the Chinese Lantern Festival.


Outside the activity scene

This activity consisted of two parts: culture experience and art show. Colored lanterns, tea art, calligraphy and paper cutting in the culture experience part attracted lots of local people. The panda doll from afar also attracted numerous fans. Children particularly liked the charmingly naive panda and played and took photos with it one after another. The experience activity was originally planned for 400 people, but not long after the activity began, over 600 enthusiastic participants flocked into the scene. All experience areas were packed.


Children learning to make lanterns


A child watching tea art attentively

Afterwards,the art show further enkindled the enthusiasm of participants. Overseas Chinese students in Belarusian State University of Physical Culture performed martial arts, and students of the Confucius Classroom performed tai chi chuan, traditional Chinese folk dances, folk songs, modern pop songs and other wonderful performances, which received standing ovations and praises from the audience.


Little actors performing martial arts

This activity well demonstrated the characteristics of Chinese martial arts and tea art of the Confucius Classroom at Belarusian State University of Physical Culture, carried forward Chinese national culture, and promoted the cultural exchanges between China and Belarus. Three media, namely Belarus-1, the first national channel, Belarus-5, the sports channel and Minsk TV covered this activity.