The Chinese ambassador also said that when the vaccination process of every student will be done, all international students can return to China
Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Jiming on Thursday encouraged Bangladeshi students to participate in online learning in Chinese universities as the current Covid-19 situation delayed their return to the campuses.
“I hope that the students will be more patient and actively participate in online learning in Chinese universities,” he said, adding that he knows many students are eager to go to China to complete their studies as soon as possible.
Ambassador Li also said that when all the students are vaccinated, all international students will return to China and the door of China will always be open to students.
He made the remarks virtually at the 20th “Chinese Bridge,” a chinese proficiency competition for college students.
The event was hosted by the Chinese Embassy in Bangladesh, Centre for Chinese-Foreign Language Cooperation, Confucius Institute at North South University and co-organized by the Confucius Institute at Dhaka University.
Among others, Shi Jingwu, Bangla professor at Beijing University Language Centre, Wu Yun, deputy director of National Cooperation and Exchange Office of Yunnan University, Liu Chuntao, chief correspondent of Xinhua News Agency in Bangladesh, Dr Nazmus Sakib, committee member of ABCA (Association of Bangladesh-China Alumni), and Tahsin, the first prize owner of the 16th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Finals for Foreign College Students (Asian area) in 2017, were present at the event.
With solid Chinese skills and creative talent performances, Poroma Subha Mostafiz from the Confucius Institute of North South University finally won the first prize of this contest after three rounds of contests including speeches, quizzes and talent performances.
She will have the opportunity to represent Bangladesh in the “Chinese Bridge” global finals.
Ambassador Li said that China and Bangladesh support each other and fight the epidemic together, leaving behind many touching stories.