TCZJ Held the Opening Ceremony for International Students from Serbian Luban Workshop
Time : 2024-05-30

On May 27, the opening ceremony for international students from the Serbian Luban Workshop was held at TCZJ, marking the official start of a one-month-long program focusing on Chinese culinary skills and cultural experiences. The 24 Serbian students will learn the arts of making Chinese dishes and immerse themselves in Chinese culture.

The event is part of the China-Serbia Tourism College project, a collaboration between TCZJ and the Belgrade Applied Technical College. The program aims to promote tourism vocational education and cultural exchanges between the two countries through a unique curriculum combining Chinese language learning with Chinese culinary arts, “Chinese language+ Chinese cooking”. According to Du Lanxiao, the president of TCZJ, the exchange is a further embodiment of its commitment to international cooperation and hopes that the students will integrate into Chinese life, learn cooking and Chinese, and spread the Chinese voice.

Dr. Miloš Zrnić, a culinary arts teacher from the Belgrade Applied Technical College, expressed his excitement about the trip to China, describing it as a testament to the close cooperation between the two institutions and emphasizing the importance of the friendly relationship between Serbia and China.

During the Mentorship Ceremony, six teachers from the School of Culinary Arts were paired with the international students as mentors and will guide them through a series of specialized skill and cultural experience courses, including cold dishes, cooking techniques, pastry making, as well as courses on Chinese food culture and tea arts.

Matea, a Serbian student, expressed her enthusiasm for the learning opportunity, hoping to learn more about Chinese cuisine, build friendships with Chinese classmates, and gain a deeper understanding of Chinese culture.

Since its establishment in 2019, the Sino-Serbia Tourism College has become an important platform for tourism education and cultural exchanges between the two countries. In 2022, it was named one of the first "Silk Road Institutes" in Zhejiang Province and an operational project for the Serbian Luban Workshop.




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