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February 27, 2019

Chinese New Year celebrated at RIS

Islamabad

February 27, 2019

Islamabad : Roots International schools (RIS) celebrated Chinese New year will full zest and zeal, Zhang Heqing Cultural Counselor and Pan Yuqi -First Secretary of Chinese Embassy to Pakistan graced the occasion, says a press release.

Students from RIS Rawal, Wellington and Richmond campuses showed their mesmerising performances. High level of participation was exhibited by students of RIS who were ready to win hearts of their esteemed guests with their love for the language and culture. Audience could feel the rays of sparkling impulses creating an interface of two backgrounds. RIS students exhibited Chinese stalls depicting true Chinese culture, their special food, trades, dresses etc. Students sang Chinese songs, gave their perspective and proved that how school is contributing in their lives by giving them exposure and making them open minded and diversified individuals.

Mr. Walid Mushtaq said, ‘we wanted to connect the world virtually, by introducing languages in Real Time to promote cultural harmony, trade and investments initiatives. The collaboration with Confucius Institute and has proved a great help in making the languages department of RIS a huge success reaching the enrollment of 4000 students by now.

Mr Zhang said: I am really impressed by the RIS students, their performances, cultural representations, their full command over the Chinese language. He appreciated the efforts of CEO RIS Walid Mushtaq, staff and teachers for training students and giving them knowledge in versatile way. He said Pakistan China relationship is deeper than sea, higher than mountain and sweater than honey, and these students will make this bond stronger by bridging language barriers, by becoming ambassadors of Pak-China relationship.

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