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Political Counselor Zhu Jing of the Chinese Embassy in Ghana Attends the 18th Chinese Bridge Qualifying Competition in Ghana
2019/07/13

Mr. Zhu Jing, the Political Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Ghana, on behalf of Ambassador Shi Ting Wang attended the finals of the 18th Chinese Bridge Qualifying Competition in Ghana at the Confucius Institute of the University of Ghana on May 3. More than 300 people attended the meeting, including Ambassador Kojo Amoo-Gotfriet, President of the China-Ghana Friendship Association, H.E. Anani O. Demuyakor, former Ghanaian Ambassador to China, representatives from the University of Ghana, Cape Coast University, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Wisconsin International University, Kumasi University of Science and Technology, representatives from Ghana Association of Chinese Societies, Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Ghana, Fujian Chamber of Commerce, the China-Ghana Chamber of Commerce in Ghana, Wenzhou Chamber of Commerce, and Guangxi Chamber of Commerce.

Counselor Zhu Jing, on behalf of Ambassador Shi Ting Wang expressed his appreciation to Ghanaians from all walk of life for their support of the Chinese Bridge competition. He said that the Chinese Bridge competition has provided a platform for Chinese learners in Ghana to understand China and enhance friendship for many years. As Ghana joins the “Belt and Road Initiative”, China-Ghana friendly cooperation will be further deepened. Learning Chinese will have a bright future. In recent years, learning Chinese language becomes more and more prevailing in Ghana. He hoped that Ghanaian students would show their talents in global Chinese Bridge competition. Counselor Zhu Jing encouraged the contestants to study Chinese harder and contribute to the development of Ghana and the promotion of China -Ghana friendship.

The Chinese Bridge competition was co-hosted by the Confucius Institute Headquarters/Hanban and the Chinese Embassy in Ghana, and organized by the Confucius Institute at the University of Ghana. The contestants were outstanding performers from the University of Ghana and Cape Coast University. The contestants showed their profound Chinese skills and performed wonderful performances such as Peking Opera, Martial Arts, Crosstalk, Allegro, Dance, and Poetry Recitation, which left a deep impression on the guests. Counselor Zhu Jing presented awards to the award-winning students. The top prize winner Nathan will represent Ghana in the 18th Chinese Bridge Competition in China.

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