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Students from the University of Hong Kong had visited the China Red Sandalwood Museum.

Pubdate:2019-07-01

In order to let the students from Hong Kong who came to Beijing for  the exchange of communication and study have a profound understanding of Beijing's economic, cultural and technological innovations, touch the roots of traditional culture, “Beijing-Hong Kong One Day Tour” sponsored jointly by the Beijing Overseas Chinese Chamber of Commerce, the China Red Sandalwood Museum and the Yihai Group was held in Beijing on June 29th. 




There were a total of 26 students from The University of Hong Kong, LingNan University, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, The University of Sunderland, Hong Kong Baptist University who were currently doing internship in Beijing participating in this activity.

“Beijing-Hong Kong One Day Tourstarted from the first place - The China Red Sandalwood Museum . Early in the morning, the security guards opened the gate, the guides who were dressed in the working uniform tidied up the reception ,prepared themselves well to wait for the studentsarrival.

At the welcome ceremony, Curator Chan Laiwa gave the students a book called Gates dream of Chan Laiwaas a present, and had a intimate communication with the students.  "I hope that all the students will be loving the red sandalwood museum as well as the carving skill of red sandalwood, not only let it be an exclusive term of National intangible cultural heritage, but also have a high expectation  that everyone should learn, inherit ,carry forward the traditional skills.” said Curator Chan Laiwa.




"This year marks the 22nd anniversary of the return of Hong Kong. With the gradual advancement of the construction of the GuangDong, Hong Kong and Macao Bay Area, the exchanges and cooperation between Hong Kong and the Mainland are becoming more and more close, which also brings more development opportunities. I hope that the contemporary Hong Kong university students ,as a new generation that has grown up since the reunification , should proactively dedicate themselves into the development of building Hong Kong, Macao and prospering the motherland, and striving to build a community of shared future for mankind and making contribution to the Hong Kong wisdom and strength.” brought out by Curator Chan Laiwa .




Afterwards, the museum guides led the students to visit the China Red Sandalwood Museum. The guides were of great and professional knowledge , and had told the students plenty of knowledge about furniture that the students had never heard before. Every time when they walked into an exhibition hall ,the guides would always gave detailed explanation of the red sandalwood culture and the essence of Chinese traditional furniture and architecture behind every piece of furniture in the exhibition hall.

Students had remained great interested in red sandalwood culture , and been deeply touched by the red sandalwood culture as well as its reflected national feelings. They all left words of how their feelings were on the visitors' book of the museum.




When the students arrived the fifth floor of the museum, the working staff served students with delicious and tasty pastry. It turned out that Curator Chan Laiwa had considered that students might not have their breakfast yet due to earlier travel time to museum, so she prepared these pastry for students. She had already told the staff that let the students taste the authentic old Beijing-style moon cakes after the visit. The students ate the delicious moon cakes, felt sweet in their mouths, and warm in their hearts.

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