‘Confucius Institute’, UNH (Durham, NH) Terracotta Warriors & Qin Bamboo Slips Exhibition — Just OUTSTANDING!
A short, 1.55 minute YouTube video I shot
(and shooting videos is not my thing).
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With Yaling Liu, the Director of the Confucius Institute at UNH.
Bravo & Kudos.
Thank YOU ‘Confucius Institute’ at UNH (Durham).
Thank YOU Drs. Yige Wang & Yaling Liu, the two dedicated, committed and tireless Directors of the ‘Confucius Institute’.
What an exhibition. What a cultural and historical gem & delight for us in New Hampshire.
Over 200 NH students got to see the army & bamboo slips and, moreover, to make some terracotta statues and bamboo slips. How great is that. Something that they will remember and treasure for years to come.
We are so lucky to have them in New Hampshire — and with their tireless commitment to share their wealth of culture, knowledge and hospitality with the locals.
This, as I have already stated, is a FREE event, open to the PUBLIC — until January 30, 2020.
This exhibition is to mark the Chinese New Year 2020.
The Institute bought the statues and the bamboo slips. They will remain, by and large, at UNH — though some statues will be loaned to other universities. That is wonderful.
We had a great time. I knew we would. This is probably the eight or ninth event we have been to. They have all been outstanding.
I was determined that the concerns about the coronavirus will not deter us. We were going to show our support. So, glad we did. Nicest folks ever. Thank YOU.