MOAZZAM MUHAMMAD, an international student of BFSU, was invited to participate in the 2021 Zhi & Xing Guizhou Silk Road Youth Exchange Programme—A Cultural Experience Tour in Colorful Guizhoufrom September 22 to 29.
During one week’s seminar, participants were enchanted with the profound and unique Chinese traditional culture as well as the remarkable progress of high-tech and achievement of modernization of China in detail and in more depth through visiting universities, admiring artworks, on-site observation, and interactive communication.
At the graduation ceremony held on September 28, MOAZZAM MUHAMMAD delivered a speech as the student representative. From the perspective of an undergraduate majoring in International Chinese Language Education, he explained to the guests how he managed to break the “stereotype” of Guizhou step by step. He then proposed that young students introduce the real Guizhou and the real China to more people when they returned to their hometown.
After the conference, the organizer e-mailed specifically to commend Pakistani student MOAZZAM MUHAMMAD for his fluent Chinese as well as his inclusiveness, openness, and intellectual curiosity which impressed them and coincided with the original intention of theZhi & Xing Guizhou Programme. Likewise, MOAZZAM MUHAMMAD expressed his gratitude to the event organizer and those involved teachers and volunteers, presenting that this event was an unforgettable experience where he was refreshingly impressed by the charm of Guizhou and forged deep friendships with many new friends.
Zhi & Xing Guizhou Silk Road Youth Exchange Programme is a flagship youth exchange project of China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, organized and implemented by Guizhou universities. The programme will annually invite at least 100 young people from countries along the Belt and Road to conduct short-term exchanges and research in Guizhou so as to allow more Chinese and overseas young people to understand Guizhou, enhance friendship and achieve the unity of “Zhi” (knowledge) and “Xing” (action).