Deputy Prime Minister Tea Banh of Cambodia Visits the Confucius Classroom in Angkor High School in Siem Reap

[Source]    Confucius Institute at Royal Academy of Cambodia [Time]    2017-06-13 09:11:45 

On May 24th, Tea Banh, Deputy Prime Minister and Defense Minister of Cambodia, visited the Angkor High School in Siem Reap. Guided by Liu Zhen, Director of the Confucius Classroom there, Tea Banh visited the classroom and learned about its development, faculty and the Chinese courses offered.

Liu Zhen introducing the status quo of the Confucius Institute to Tea Banh, Deputy Prime Minister of Cambodia

Tea Banh stated that the relations between China and Cambodia enjoyed a long history and he had paid many visits to China as invited. The people from the two countries were deeply connected by the Belt and Road Initiative. He hoped that teachers of the institute would teach Chinese language well for the students in Siem Reap, thus further strengthening the exchanges and cooperation between the two countries. At the same time, Tea Banh expected that the Confucius Institute would inject dynamics into the friendship between China and Cambodia from generation to generation by furthering cultural exchanges between both sides. At the end of the speech, Tea Banh wished the faculty there a smooth career path and good health.

Deputy Prime Minister Tea Banh delivering a speech

Liu Zhen said that all teachers would bear in mind the expectations, teach Chinese well and actively conduct cultural activities so as to bridge the two countries for their engagements in friendly exchanges.

Group photo of Deputy Prime Minister Tea Banh and the teachers

After the visit, Tea Banh took photos with all the teachers of the Confucius Classroom and wished the Confucius Institute a splendid future in Cambodia.


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