Connect with us

Foreign

Feature: Sino-Malagasy cultural exchanges strengthened through music

Published

on

  We hope to strengthen cultural exchanges between China and Madagascar through Chinese songs so that more Malagasy youth can discover China and appreciate Chinese culture Chen Lijuan director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Antananarivo said on the sidelines on Saturday of the final of a Chinese song contest in the capital of Madagascar The final of the second edition of the Chinese singing contest titled The Most Beautiful Voice of Madagascar co organized by the University of Antananarivo and Jiangxi Normal University was held on Saturday with the participation of 23 candidates from all over the world Indian Ocean island Compared with the first edition the second edition registered a larger number of registrations and we received more than 70 registrations in total And the overall level of the candidates also improved compared to the previous edition Chen said Andimalaza Elfinia a third year student at the Confucius Institute at the University of Antananarivo won the outstanding prize first place in the competition Despite the difficulty of the Chinese language I put a lot of effort and perseverance to succeed she said after the competition I almost gave up on the song a few times because it s hard to get to that octave and the rhythm and melody are hard to follow but my friends encouraged me and I finally made it she said Elfinia has hinted at plans to return to her home region in the northeast of the country after graduating in Chinese next year to work as an interpreter For Ratovonjanahary Onisoa Melodie who came second in the competition the Chinese language is complicated in terms of pronunciation and writing But the song helped me a lot to learn the Chinese language Our students especially like Chinese songs when they learn the Chinese language Chen said We hope that through this contest more Malagasy youth will find joy in learning the Chinese language and more Malagasy youth will communicate with the youth Chinese through music and songs building bridges of cultural communication between youth in China and Madagascar On the same occasion Zhang Wei Minister Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Madagascar stressed that music is a popular form of cultural expression that knows no borders conveys people s identification with their national culture and can strengthen understanding mutual and promote human exchanges Recalling that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Madagascar Zhang hoped that the Chinese song contest as a brand project of the Confucius Institute and exchange platform for youth can strengthen and expand the bridge of friendship between China and Madagascar while bringing our two peoples closer through song and music For her part Sendra Nirina Rajaonarison Director of Development and Coordination of Associations at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Madagascar stressed that language and culture are inseparable The song is one of the most important elements of a country s culture we can say that the song will reflect the soul of a country he added Xinhua
Feature: Sino-Malagasy cultural exchanges strengthened through music

Chen Lijuan

– “We hope to strengthen cultural exchanges between China and Madagascar through Chinese songs, so that more Malagasy youth can discover China and appreciate Chinese culture,” Chen Lijuan, director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Antananarivo, said on the sidelines on Saturday. of the final of a Chinese song contest in the capital of Madagascar.

blogger outreach us latest nigerian news updates

The final of the second edition of the Chinese singing contest titled “The Most Beautiful Voice of Madagascar”, co-organized by the University of Antananarivo and Jiangxi Normal University, was held on Saturday with the participation of 23 candidates from all over the world. Indian Ocean island.

latest nigerian news updates

“Compared with the first edition, the second edition registered a larger number of registrations and we received more than 70 registrations in total. And the overall level of the candidates also improved compared to the previous edition,” Chen said.

latest nigerian news updates

Andimalaza Elfinia, a third-year student at the Confucius Institute at the University of Antananarivo, won the outstanding prize, first place in the competition. “Despite the difficulty of the Chinese language, I put a lot of effort and perseverance to succeed,” she said after the competition.

“I almost gave up on the song a few times because it’s hard to get to that octave, and the rhythm and melody are hard to follow, but my friends encouraged me and I finally made it,” she said.

Elfinia has hinted at plans to return to her home region in the northeast of the country after graduating in Chinese next year, to work as an interpreter.

For Ratovonjanahary Onisoa Melodie, who came second in the competition, the Chinese language is complicated in terms of pronunciation and writing. “But the song helped me a lot to learn the Chinese language.”

“Our students especially like Chinese songs when they learn the Chinese language,” Chen said, “We hope that through this contest, more Malagasy youth will find joy in learning the Chinese language, and more Malagasy youth will communicate with the youth. Chinese through music and songs, building bridges of cultural communication between youth in China and Madagascar”.

On the same occasion, Zhang Wei, Minister Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Madagascar, stressed that “music is a popular form of cultural expression that knows no borders, conveys people’s identification with their national culture and can strengthen understanding mutual and promote human exchanges. “

Recalling that this year marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Madagascar, Zhang hoped that the Chinese song contest, as a “brand project of the Confucius Institute and exchange platform for youth,” “can strengthen and expand the bridge of friendship between China and Madagascar, while bringing our two peoples closer through song and music.”

For her part, Sendra Nirina Rajaonarison, Director of Development and Coordination of Associations at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Madagascar, stressed that language and culture are “inseparable.”

“The song is one of the most important elements of a country’s culture, we can say that the song will reflect the soul of a country,” he added. ■

(Xinhua)

https://nnn.ng/naira-black-market-exchange-rate-today/

kanohausa ur shortner tiktok download

NNN is an online news portal that publishes breaking news in around the world. Contact: editor @ nnn.ng. Disclaimer.