JM International School, hosts Chinese Delegates

A team comprising of educators and scholars of Experimental School, attached to the Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, under confederation of UNESCO Clubs & Association of India (CUCAI), visited JM International School, Dwarka-6 on January 24, 2011as a part of educational and cultural exchange programme.

A warm welcome with blossoming flowers and memento was given at their arrival to the school. A special morning assembly was organised to welcome, teachers, Gao Erman, Ma Yongie, Qin Chunyan, Deng Heng and the students Bai Xuan, Guo Tianyue, Hang Shuai, Jiang Xue, Li Huanxia, Luo Manxin, Sun Jingxiao, wang Minchen, Wang Yunfei, Xu Tianze, Yang Jianzhao, Zhao Bing, Zhao Bing, Zou Yangyang.
Republic Day celebrations were the theme of assembly, which familiarised the delegates with Indian ways of celebrating Republic Day.  

The delegates were shown; series of vibrant Cultural programme, mainly a skit based on patriotic fervour and reverence for India. The presentation included folk dances of Bengal, Rajasthan, Haryana and a national song depicting cultures and rituals of respective states. A special dance with handkerchiefs as prop, presented by Chinese student left every one astonished.

School Principal Ms Renu Jain encouraged the students to have faith in themselves and take pride in richness of Indian Culture. She said, “Each one of us has that power which can excel us in every sphere.”  

The delegates were then taken for a visit around the campus highlighting the different aspects of the school. This was followed by scrumptious refreshments. The delegates along with JMIANS, visited Tajmahal, one of the seven wonder’s of the world, which stands as a symbol of eternal love, as a part of cultural and educational programme organised by the school. A painting competition on Tajmahal made their visit memorable, as they showed keen interest in showcasing their colouring talents.

 It was heartening to receive the high appreciation from the guest for students and teachers. The school felt privileged to be the host of these esteemed guests, as the visit led to the sharing and discussion on the prevalent system of education, scientific progress and knowledge of technology.

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