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Premier Li Keqiang sees MLA [Volunteer] working in New Zealand

时间:2017-03-30 10:18:33  来源:  作者:

       At the official lunch for Premier Li Keqiang, hosted by New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English on 28 March in Auckland, the Premier watched a film highlighting many areas of cooperation between China and New Zealand.  Mandarin Language Assistant Zhang Jingwen from Xiamen University, who is teaching in Wellington at Te Aro School, a Confucius Classroom in New Zealand’s capital city, was shown on the film teaching children a Chinese song.  All the students at Te Aro School study Chinese.  The Te Aro School children also performed a fan dance on the film.

       Zhang Jingwen, who is an accomplished musician, arrived in Wellington in February.  She is one of 147 MLAs working in New Zealand in 2017. She is also teaching the erhu to university students at Victoria University’s first-ever Chinese music course, supported by the Confucius Institute, at Te Koki New Zealand School of Music.

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