|Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Ms. Sun Baohong Awarded University Students the Chinese Ambassador Scholarship|
Recently Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Ms. Sun Baohong went to the Wisconsin International University and the University of Cape Coast to award Ghanaian students who have done well in learning Chinese language the 2014 Chinese Ambassador Scholarship.
Ambassador Sun gave a speech respectively in both universities to encourage young students to learn hard, gain skills, and strive to study in China so as to become the envoy of China-Ghana friendship, and make great contributions to Ghana's national construction. Ambassador Sun said Chinese is a charming language with over 150 million foreigners all over the world learning it. Chinese culture has a longstanding history of 5000 years, the key thought of which is harmony without uniformity. It values a world where every country respects and understands each other to resolve differences and achieve win-win cooperation.
Ambassador sun pointed out that the Chinese dream is a dream of significance all over the world. Chinese people, on their way to achieve the dual goals of a century and the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, are willing to cooperate with people from all countries to promote peace and development. China welcomes all countries in the world, particularly developing countries to ride on the express train of the development of China.
Ambassador sun stressed that education is the priority area of China-Ghana cooperation, and has yielded many fruitful results. China is committed to the promotion of Chinese language teaching and spread of Chinese culture, and providing support and help to human resources development of Ghana so as to create more opportunities for Ghanaian students to know and understand China, and study in China.
Professor K. Oduro-Afriyie, Vice-Chancellor of the Wisconsin International University and Mr. Juslice Isaac Duose, Council Chairman of the University welcomed Ambassador Sun, thanked the Chinese Embassy in Ghana for the support and help lent to the Chinese language teaching in the University, and said China is a good friend of Ghana. The Wisconsin International University attaches great importance to Chinese language teaching, and provides the Chinese courses to many majors. The students are enthusiastic about learning Chinese, while the Chinese teacher is responsible and diligent. Professor Oduro-Afriyie wished the two sides to deepen their cooperation and make Chinese language teaching a highlight of the Ghana-China cooperation.
Prof J. N. Buah, the Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast spoke highly of the help and support to the Chinese language teaching in the University and wished the two sides to exchange and cooperate with each other more closely and contribute more to Ghana-China relations and cooperation on education.