When Kangaroo Meets Kungfu: Confucius Institute at the University of New South Wales Releases

Issued on2019-09-29 16:34:53

On September 20th, local time, the Kungfu Kangaroo film series produced by the Confucius Institute at the University of New South Wales in Australia was officially released. The film series told a story about how the Australian students learn Chinese Kung Fu and experience diverse Chinese traditional culture in Sydney, aiming to draw more young people in other countries to learn about Chinese culture and appreciate the charm of Chinese culture through a variety of cultural experiencing activities.

The protagonist of the films Series is Tiao Xiao, a student from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, who is very interested in Chinese and Chinese culture. In the film, Tian Xiao looked for the Kungfu master, went through many hardships in the process, and experienced Chinese folk instruments, calligraphy, Chinese painting, Chinese traditional tea art and other forms of cultural arts. Tian Xiao had a better understanding of Chinese culture, customs from cultural experience, laying a solid foundation for language learning, and increased his motivation for language studying.

In the first episode of the film series, Tian Xiao, who has a Kungfu dream, embarked on the road of finding the Kungfu master and came to the Confucius Institute at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Can he successfully see the master? What are the difficulties on the road ahead? How hard is the first step in cultural experience? All the answers are in the first episode of the “Kungfu Kangaroo” film series.