[Explanation] Write the word "Fu" and harvest red onions that mean "prosperous, smart and smart"... February 6th is the opening day of primary and secondary schools in Guangdong, from Hong Kong and Macao children from Chaotian Primary School in Yuexiu District, Guangzhou The students in the class get the "school gift".
Pan Yuxi, who is from Hong Kong and is studying in the Hong Kong and Macao children's class of Chaotian Primary School, performed the program "Southern Red Beans with New Branches" at the opening ceremony to promote Cantonese opera culture.
Currently 10-year-old Pan Yuxi loves Cantonese culture. He usually draws cursive sketches and engraves bronze sculptures. He also used his holidays to visit and study at the Cantonese Opera Museum and experience Cantonese opera make-up.
[Same period] Pan Yuxi, a student from the Hong Kong and Macao children's class of Chaotian Primary School, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
I like Cantonese opera. I visited the Cantonese Opera Museum and watched Cantonese opera performances. (Now) I just want everyone to know more about Cantonese opera and learn about the traditional culture of Cantonese opera.
[Explanation] The "Outline of the Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area" proposes to strengthen exchanges and cooperation in basic education, encourage primary and secondary schools in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao to form "sister schools", build Hong Kong and Macao children's schools in Guangdong or set up Hong Kong and Macao children's classes and provide boarding services .
In September 2019, Guangzhou was the first to open a class for children from Hong Kong and Macao. The enrollment target is the school-age children of Hong Kong and Macao citizens who hold the "Hong Kong and Macao Resident Residence Permit" in Guangzhou.
In Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, classes for children from Hong Kong and Macao are set up in Guangzhou Peizheng Middle School and Chaotian Primary School in Guangzhou Yuexiu District.
Up to now, Chaotian Primary School has accepted the fourth batch of children from Hong Kong and Macao, and more than 100 students are studying in Guangzhou.
[Same period] Chen Yanxi, a student from the Hong Kong and Macao children's class of Chaotian Primary School, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
It's fun, I'm very happy here, I can learn a lot of new knowledge, (for example, what kind of knowledge?) I can learn a lot of those Chinese medicine studies.
[Explanation] The opening day coincides with the full resumption of personnel exchanges between the mainland and Hong Kong and Macau. Kong Hong, the principal of Chaotian Primary School, said that with the full customs clearance, the school will increase exchanges with Hong Kong and Macau "sister schools" and expand the number of pairs in due course.
[Concurrent] Kong Hong, Principal of Chaotian Primary School, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou
Because this is a characteristic of our Chaotian Primary School. We (in 1999) already had several "sister schools" in Hong Kong. Our mainland, (Hong Kong and Macau) principals also have such an educational sentiment, so we have not stopped our exchanges in the past three years. With the (full recovery of personnel exchanges between the Mainland and Hong Kong and Macau), the first thing we think of is In the new year, we can increase our exchanges with "sister schools" in Hong Kong and Macau.
Reporter Cai Minjie Wei Jeff reported from Guangdong
Responsible editor: [Ye Pan]