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CUEB Holds “Praise Glorious New Era, Fight for Brighter Future” 40th Anniversary Gala of Reform & Opening up

Author:Translated by Wang Qi,Proofread by Li Bing Editor:Wan Chenfang Publish:2018-12-17 Size:TTT

On the evening of December 7th, the Youth League CUEB Committee held a gala celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Reform & Opening up with the theme of “Praise Glorious New Era, Fight for Brighter Future” at Zhuoyu Lecture Hall. The stage plays performed by teachers and students from 15 schools unfolded in three chapters, which are “Stay true to mission”, “Continue marching forward” and “Ode to times”. The performances represented China’s impressive changes and historical achievements along the path of Reform and Opening up over the last 40 years and sang of the unremitting efforts Chinese have done to realize the Chinese dream of the great rejuvenation of the nation. Feng Pei, Secretary of the CUEB Party Committee, Xu Fang, Deputy Secretary of CUEB Party Committee, and Tang Xing'an, Secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, attended the event.

Chen Junhua, young Singer and National First-level Actor from China National Symphony Orchestra, Hou Jun, famous musician and songwriter, Han Ting, young Mezzo Soprano from China Railway Art Troupe, Hai Yan, Executive Director from the Music Society for Chinese Ethnic Minorities, Director and Art Director of Songs and Smiles – Chorus Pioneer from CCTV-15, and Su Hao, Director from China Ethnic Song and Dance Ensemble, were invited as judges in order to ensure the fairness of the competition.


After the review, the College of Business Administration, School of Culture and Communications, School of Foreign Studies, School of Accounting, School of Labor Economics, School of Public Finance and Taxation, School of Law and School of Economics won the outstanding performance awards (in the order of the strokes of first Chinese Character of the winning school). The School of Statistics took home the best design award. The College of Overseas Chinese won the best arrangement award. The School of Finance was awarded as the most potential winner while the International School of Economics and Management was honored the best performance award. The School of Information won the best team award while the College of Urban Economy and Public Administration took home the best capability award. The School of Safety and Environmental Engineering swept the most charming performance award (the individual awards are in no particular order).


Feng Pei and Tang Xing’an announced the winners list and presented the awards.










At last, CUEB Chinese Orchestra played a famous song Yin Shan Hong, and CUEB student choir sang the I Love You China, driving the celebrating ceremony to a climax.


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