Confucius Institute at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Participated in the Multi-cultural City Week of Cluj-Napoca

On May 18th and 19th, the annual Multi-cultural City Week Celebration was held in Cluj, Romania. Confucius Institute at Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, participated and gave brilliant and impressive performance in the Cultural Exhibition, together with culture agency representatives from over 20 countries, including France, Russia, Norway, India, South Korea, Japan, and Egypt etc.



Teachers and volunteers from our Confucius Institute decorated the booth in distinctive features, with Chinese knots, red lanterns, Chinese paper cuttings, Chinese fans, as well as traditional four treasures of the Study. Dressed in traditional Chinese costumes, together with Romanian volunteers and Chinese volunteers studying in Romania, they extended warm welcome to guests from different areas, and provided introduction to Chinese Culture. In this activity, a series of cultural activities including Chinese traditional games, paper cuttings, and calligraphy, as well as on-the-spot interactive teaching activities are prepared by our Confucius Institute for local residents as well as travellers, in which our teachers and volunteers took part with great passion and enthusiasm, receiving extensive welcome and favorable comments.


On the afternoon of 19th, organized by the host of Multi-cultural City Week, a grand parade, participated by representatives from various countries, dressed up and waving flags, was carried out in main streets and squares in Cluj. Dressed in traditional Tang suit and Qipao, holding our national flag, representatives from our Confucius Institute left local residents and travelers a deep and gorgeous impression. Wherever we are, we feel proud of being Chinese!

During this activity, our booth witnessed crowds of guests and visitors, and our Confucius Institute also enjoyed extensive interviews and reports from various local media.

International Office

May 19th , 2017