The University of Macau (UM) Centre for Chinese History and Culture (CCHC) recently arranged for a group of 20 students to visit Changsha, Hunan province, to help them learn more about Hunan’s history and culture. Led by Cheang Neng Ian, a programme coordinator from the CCHC, UM students exchanged ideas with student representatives of Hunan University and Central South University on university life. They also discussed ways to promote cultural literacy and awareness among students, the implementation of whole-person education, and the development of campuses with a cultural and artistic ambience. The UM delegation also visited the Orange Isle, the Yuelu Academy, and the Hunan Museum.
UM students visit Hunan province to learn about its history and culture
Cheang Neng Ian (2nd from left) and a representative of the Department of Education of Hunan exchange souvenirs
The vice president of Central South University’s calligraphy association (left) presents a piece of calligraphy artwork to the president of UM Postgraduate Association’s Calligr
Source: Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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