(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Global war epidemic: the epidemic is difficult to stop the "Chinese fever" cloud communication Sino-Korean cultural exchange

  Chinanews.com, Seoul, May 18: Global war epidemic: the epidemic is difficult to stop the "Chinese fever" cloud communication, Sino-Korean cultural exchanges

  Reporter Zeng Nai

  In May, the China Cultural Center in Seoul was a bit deserted and many classrooms were closed, but Chinese teacher Sun Yingshuang was still busy. While debugging the computer and preparing courseware, she is about to give dozens of Korean students online lessons.

  Since the outbreak of South Korea ’s new coronary pneumonia epidemic in February, the nationwide “red” warning has been launched and many cultural activities have been cancelled. But the cultural exchange between China and South Korea has not stalled, and the China Cultural Center in Seoul has set up a new "cultural camp" with the cloud.

  At the end of February, the first batch of online courses at the China Cultural Center in Seoul started, and courses such as Chinese and traditional Chinese culture were taught online. This is not a small challenge for Sun Yingshuang, who has taught Chinese classes in South Korea for more than 10 years: "In the beginning, she didn't even know which software to use." During her exploration, she constantly "runs in" with her students: some people block online classes Her own image makes it difficult for Sun Yingshuang to obtain feedback through visual communication, so she pays more attention to online interaction to adjust the progress; when some teaching aids cannot be displayed online, she will explain in more languages. "Compared to offline, online courses are more throat-consuming and worrying," she told reporters.

  Sun Yingshuang remembers the first online lesson. One student could not enter the online classroom, and then listened to the entire lesson through a live voice broadcast over the phone. Sun Yingshuang also found that many names did not recognize, reminding students to go to the wrong "classroom", but the truth is that some students are older, do not use software, use their children's user name to teach.

The picture shows that Sun Yingshuang, a teacher of the Chinese Culture Center in Seoul, is giving online courses to Korean students. Photo courtesy of Seoul Chinese Cultural Center

  Talking about these minor accidents, Sun Yingshuang felt a little funny and moved: "Many Korean students are very enthusiastic about learning Chinese culture." Her biggest wish now is: "When the epidemic passes, take the students to experience all over China. "

  At present, the language training courses and a total of 26 classes of the Chinese Culture Center in Seoul have all been taught online, and a number of cultural exhibitions have also restarted online. A series of "Cloud Touring China" activities are underway. Many national intangible cultural heritage masters explain paper-cutting and sachets online. The documentary "Tangka" and the Peking Opera Story "Sanchakou" have been aired one after another. "; Also launched four photo exhibitions on China and the world's joint efforts to fight the epidemic and two video clips recording the joint efforts of China and South Korea to fight the epidemic.

  Song Xingxing was most impressed by the "China-Korea Joint Anti-epidemic Online Photo Exhibition". She is a South Korean employee of the Chinese Cultural Center in Seoul and joined the job at the end of February this year. At that time, when South Korea's epidemic was the worst, her first job was to help prepare for the anti-epidemic photo exhibition.

  It is very hard to organize a large amount of data, but in the process, she found that "South Korea and China have been watching and helping each other in the epidemic." She smiled to reporters: "It's the so-called hardship to see the truth, this is the best exhibition ever done."

  "Viruses, regardless of race or national boundary, are the common enemy of mankind." Wang Yanjun, Cultural Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in South Korea and Director of the China Cultural Center in Seoul, said in an interview with reporters that the sudden epidemic has brought disaster to all countries in the world and hopes that the international community will strengthen Cooperation. He said that China and South Korea are watching each other for help, and with joint efforts, the epidemic prevention and control of the two countries have turned, and they are gradually coming out of the haze of the epidemic.

  Speaking of Sino-Korean cultural cooperation, Wang Yanjun said that he will enrich the cultural life during the epidemic through modern network technology and continue to carry out online teaching and training according to local conditions and different people; he will actively explore cultural exchanges between China and South Korea in special periods and innovate forms to spread Chinese culture. (Finish)