On November 28, the semester-once graduate school kicked off. When we were in senior one, we went to Suzhou to see the garden culture in the south of the Yangtze river, and we also went to Beijing to see the ritual culture in the royal buildings. In the second year of senior high school, we traveled to Xi 'an to explore the traditional Chinese culture with unique characteristics.
Xi 'an has been the capital of China for the longest time and most dynasties since written records began. In particular, the four more brilliant dynasties in China's history, the Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang, were all founded here. The Qin dynasty unified currency, writing and weights and measures, with the mausoleum and terracotta warriors; The Han dynasty opened up the silk road, which enabled China to walk towards the world and let the world know China. Meanwhile, it also established the dominant position of Confucian culture and formed the Han culture with the Han as the main body. The tang dynasty was the pinnacle of China's feudal society and the culmination of China's traditional culture. Tang Chang'an was the largest and most open city in China's history and a truly international metropolis. After learning about China's extensive and profound culture, it is believed that these young people can only maintain necessary respect and tolerance in the face of multiculturalism, instead of drifting with the tide and losing the soul of China.
During the four-day and three-night trip to xi 'an, Teensen 's ABCDE training objectives were fully reflected.
We visited four museums in Shaanxi (the museum of terra-cotta warriors and horses of the first emperor, Shaanxi history museum, Shaanxi museum, datangxi city museum) to let students know about the culture of the 13 dynasties, the development of the silk road and the current One Belt and One Road development policy. The students are also very immersed in the wonderful exploration of the museum.
It is often said that east is Rome, west Chang'an. Xi 'an interprets the prosperity of China, testifies to the 5,000-year-old civilization of China, and tells the history of a world-class ancient capital. As the capital of the Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang dynasties, Xi 'an's four surviving sites, historic districts and historic buildings are all carriers to record the pulse of history. During the Han dynasty, Zhang Qian spent decades to open the silk road, which enhanced the cultural and economic exchanges and cooperation between China and the west. It lasted for a thousand years. One Belt and One Road inherited the spirit of the ancient silk road and carried forward the ideals of the Chinese nation for thousands of years. These young people, who are going to study abroad, are like Zhang Qian in the new era, promoting the understanding of China and absorbing the advanced experience from overseas.