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Cultural Events

Cultural events and exchanges are held for the benefits of mutual learning and understanding. Out of learning about something different cross-culturally speaking, these activities can also help us discover some commonalities.

From dining to music, from the zodiac to the calendar, and from arts to philosophy, ..., we can always discover some common grounds. Fujara and Dongxiao is one example, Velka noc and the Water Festival of Daizu is another example, ... We can even find similar educational concepts between Confucius (551-479 BC) and Jan Amos Komensky (1592-1670), when Confucius said, "Let there be education for all regardless of their background." while Komensky proposed the universal access to education.

If you are interested in cultural activities, you are welcome to join us.