Location --- Home --- --- what' s new
Farewell Party Hosted for CSC Japanese Students by Chinese Embassy
Time:2008-11-13 From: Hits:
Chinese Embassy in Japan Education Section hosted a farewell party for 2008 Chinese Government Scholarship students on August 19, 2008. Mr. Totani Yasuo, Secretary of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Mr. Yasuyuki Shimotsuma, supervisor of Higher Education Bureau Student Services Division, legal persons from the consortium and Sino-Japan association, and more than 60 students’ representatives attended the party.

Minister counselor Mr. Sun Jianming expressed his sincere congratulation and warm welcome to CSC students who will study in China, and also extended thanks to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and other related organizations for their great support to CSC students enrollment. Mr. Sun also announced that Chinese government has already increased the living allowance standard to create better living condition for international students. He hoped that students will make the most of this opportunity to experience Chinese culture and life, study Chinese well, make friends, and become the bridge of Sino-Japan friendship. Mr. Totani Yasuo, Secretary of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and the standing member of the consortium also spoke in the party. They gave thanks to Chinese government for granting Japanese students with Chinese government scholarship, and taking good care of them. They stressed that the exchange between young people is of great importance to Sino-Japan friendship. They encouraged students to know more about Chinese culture and society, and make one’s efforts and contributions to Sino-Japan friendship in the future.

Kitamura Yuko, who will study in Nanjing University as a senior visiting scholar, spoke as a students’ representative. She said she felt honored to get the Chinese government scholarship and she would study hard, deepen her understanding about Chinese society and people, make friends, and promote the mutual understanding and friendship between the two countries.

2007 Chinese government scholarship student Fujii Yukiko, who has studied in Zhejiang University for one year, also shared her experience of study and living in China. She said China is a large country with diversified languages and customs. Living in cities other than Beijing or Shanghai can bring you different and memorable experience about language and culture.

In September 2008, more than 130 Chinese Government Scholarship Japanese students will study in China. Chinese Embassy in Japan Education Section hosts a farewell party for them every year to encourage them to study hard and clarify some questions concerned. The farewell party has been well received.
Favourites  |  Print  |  Close

Copyright© www.csc.edu.cn All Rights Reserved.  
China Scholarship Council
Address:Level 13, Building A3 No.9 Chegongzhuang Avenue Beijing, P.R.C
Postcode:100044 Telephone:+86-10-66093900
Any comment and suggestion,please write to: webmaster@csc.edu.cn