On Nov 19, Beijing University of Chemical Technology (BUCT) held its 9th international cultural festival at the Changping Campus, marking a day of global cultural recognition and exchange.
This event witnessed the participation of Wang Feng, a member of the Standing Committee of the CPC BUCT Committee and vice-president of the university, alongside other distinguished university and district officials.
The festival was more than just an event. It was a testament to the decade-long achievements of the Belt and Road Initiative.
In his speech, Wang highlighted the festival’s pivotal role in advancing global cultural exchange and fostering a deeper understanding among cultures. He stressed the importance of such platforms in bringing together students and faculty from across the world to share and appreciate the rich tapestry of global traditions and arts, particularly those from countries along the Belt and Road.
Participants enjoyed an immersive cultural experience, with activities ranging from traditional performances to interactive folk games and culinary delights, bridging cultural gaps and leaving a lasting impact.
As the festival drew to a close, it left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of those who attended, serving as a reminder of the power of cultural exchange in building bridges and fostering understanding in an increasingly interconnected world. The success of the event set a precedent for future cultural festivals, promising even more vibrant and enriching experiences in the years to come.