From July 16 to 25, the 6th China-Russia Yangtze River-Volga River Youth Forum was held in Changsha, Hunan Province, with the theme of meeting young people in Hunan and chasing dreams. The young students of SCUN participated in this youth forum. They are Bi Huazhu, a 2018 graduate student from the academy of fine arts, Zhang Zihao, a 2016 graduate student from the institute of civil society, Bao Yunmei, a 2016 graduate student from the institute of management, and Jin Dengke, a 2017 graduate student from the institute of management.
On the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Russia, the holding of the 6th China-Russia Yangtze River-Volga River Youth Forum is a concrete action to implement the Sino-Russian joint statement on the development of a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership in the new era. The forum was attended by 132 youth representatives from 14 federal entities in the Russian Federal District along the Volga River and 180 youth representatives from 6 provinces (cities) in the middle and upper reaches of the Yangtze River. Through participating in China Day, Russia Day and the Sino-Russian Youth Round Table Forum, which have demonstrated the traditional Chinese and Russian cultures and customs with different characteristics. Through visits to Shaoshan, Yuelu Academy, provincial museums, high-tech enterprises, etc., learning more about the unique history and culture of Changsha, Hunan province.
In the forum, four student representatives of SCUN participated in exchange activities, fully demonstrating the charm of young students. As the representative of Chinese students, Bi Huazhu delivered a speech on the topic of Acting as A Successor to Sino-Russian Friendship at the Sino-Russian youth forum. Zhang Zihao performed the Russian folk song Memories of Moscow with the traditional Chinese national musical instrument Erhu in the Russia Day cultural exchange activities. Bao Yunmei performed Mongolian dance Mongolian in the cultural exchange activities of China Day. Jin Dengke and 13 Chinese and Russian youths performedthe dance Mali Dance during their break time. In addition, the students of SCUN also made paper-cuts, calligraphy and painting works and presented them to Russian student representatives. The students of the two countries have deepened mutual understanding and gained friendship and growth through mutual exchanges and close cooperation.
(Editor: Liu Hong; Source:Youth League Committee)