The Second NWU International Culture Festival Ended Successfully

The second Northwest University International Cultural Festival, with the theme of “Celebrating the 114th Anniversary of NWU and boosting an International Campus", was held on Taibai campus on October 15. More than a thousand Chinese and foreign teachers and students from the provincial education department, various departments and schools of NWU participated in the festival.

The cultural festival includes two sessions: cultural exhibition and art performance. In the cultural exhibition part, students from 26 countries exhibited their clothing, folk items, scenic photos, food and music, showing the cultural characteristics and local customs of different countries. Performances such as Turkish water painting, Central Asian clothing exhibition have all left visitors a deep impression. The elaborate cuisine made by foreign students, including German beer and Russian large bread, received a warm welcome.

With the beat of drums, students from five continents demonstrated their talent through 20 performances such as the Silk Road Dance, a 13-language singing performance,  Mongolian dance, Thailand’s blessing dance, Ecuadorian Latin dance, Vietnamese fashion show, African drums and Chinese Kungfu performances.

The cultural festival is hosted by School of International Cultural Exchange, and jointly organized by the NWU Youth League Committee, Student Affairs Department and Postgraduate Affairs Department, NWU. Some foreign students from Northwest Polytechnic University, Xidian University were invited to participate in the art performances, highlighting the educational achievements of “Bianjiacun Alliance”.

The cultural festival set up a platform for foreign students to display their national culture, which also serves as an opportunity for culture exchange between Chinese and foreign students. Through this event, teachers and students experienced and understood each country’s culture and customs in a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere, enriching the campus cultural life.

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