On the evening of April 20th, the “Rainbow Night” Sino-French Student cultural communication night was held in the Ballroom on the third floor of the dining hall of Chengdu Campus. Jiang Yuansheng, deputy dean of the Economics Institute, He Renhui, deputy secretary of the Party Committee, Pan Hong, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of the Management Institute, Kang Yiyang,the Chinese representative of ICN, representatives of French students and some student associations were invited to attend the event.
The event scene was decorated with colorful helium balloons. The golden letter balloon spelled out the theme of the party "Rainbow night", creating a warm, intimate, lively atmosphere. The hot samba dance performed by the jazz dance group of the College Students' Art Group and the international students opened the evening. The host who took the stage also interacted with Dami and Kauotar, foreign girls from Mexico and Morocco. After the introduction of the "State of Etiquette", the Han Culture Society also performed the interpretation and demonstration of the Han Dynasty to the international students and the audience. The standard posture of the foreign students also greeted the applause of the audience; two French students played the guitar to take out the interactive part of the Chinese and Western wedding performances, which also set off a small climax of the scene. Nicolas, who plays the bridegroom, stepped down to distribute the “candy” to the audience, sharing the joy of Rainbow Night to every audience; the Kung Fu Tea Show brought by the Tea Art Association also showed the beautiful Guzheng melody.finally, the party ended in the interaction of the calligraphy in the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics Painting and Calligraphy Association. The guests on the scene went on stage to sign with a brush to commemorate this unforgettable night.
It is reported that the "Sino-French Student cultural communication night " has been successfully held for the second time. It aims to enhance the cultural communication between Chinese and French students through the use of cultural performances and exchanges.