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University of Khartoum celebrates the Chinese Spring Festival

The Faculty of Arts, Department of Chinese Language, University of Khartoum celebrated today the Chinese Spring Festival, which begins with the beginning of the first lunar month and ends on the fifteenth day of that month.

Hamad Al-Nil Mohammed Al-Hassan, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, expressed his happiness with the participation of the Chinese Language Department in celebrating the Chinese Spring Festival, praising the wonderful performance provided by the students of the Chinese Language Department in their performance of Chinese plays and songs, which won the approval of the audience, especially the Chinese side represented by the Chinese Embassy and some Chinese companies operating in Khartoum.

Hamad Al-Nil Mohammed Al-Hassan, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, expressed his happiness with the participation of the Chinese Language Department in the celebration of the Chinese Spring Festival, praising the wonderful performance provided by the students of the Chinese Language Department in their performance of Chinese plays and songs that won the approval of the audience, especially the Chinese side represented by the Chinese Embassy and some Chinese companies operating in Khartoum.

Noureddine Hashem, Head of the Chinese Language Department, University of Khartoum, honored the family of the Chinese Embassy in Khartoum, as an expression of the strong relations between China and Sudan, especially the University of Khartoum, as well as Huawei and the outstanding students of the department.

Chargé d’Affaires of the Embassy in Khartoum, Zhang Xianghwa, said that the Chinese Spring Festival is one of the most important holidays in the Chinese calendar, and the Chinese Language Department at the University of Khartoum has made a great effort in organizing and arranging this distinctive celebration that bears the features of the Chinese Spring Festival, adding that they found enthusiasm by students in learning more about China.

He said that the Chinese embassy is fully prepared to coordinate and cooperate with the Sudanese community in promoting cultural and media acquaintance between the two peoples in the interest of the two countries.

It is worth noting the Spring Festival, known as Chinese New Year, is the most important traditional holiday in China. It is celebrated at the turn of the lunar calendar, typically in late January or early February. The festival typically lasts for 15 days, with the main celebrations taking place on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

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