For fresh new students coming back on campus this semester, we want to do all we can to help get you started on a path to aesthetic! On the occasion of the 20th CPC National Congress, we aim to promote the excellent traditional Chinese culture and the connection between faculty and students, to expand the boundaries of cultural exchanges, and to build a regular cross-cultural platform within the school and between brotherhood departments. School of Design will host an international student event themed with "Aesthetic Matters!" in the afternoon of 30th November. This event will be the perfect opportunity to involve intercultural communication and teacher-student interaction, as well as a relaxation at the end of the year.
Supported by the University International Student Center and co-organized by School of Humanities, this year’s celebration represents an excellent timing for the School of Design to welcome all international students just arrived. Come with us to appreciate and see what we have been up to for aesthetic education! We have also prepared a variety of exquisite gifts and quiz game prizes waiting for you to get! Whether it is about personal interests, inspirational purposes, make new friends or just to celebrate the end of year a little – you are welcome!
Wednesday, 30 November
14:00 – 16:00
Cheng Ji Art Museum, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
No.800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai
Truth or Dare
Blackstone Shipwreck and Cross-cultural Exchanges in the 9th Century
Professor ZHANG Zhaoyang
ZHANG Zhaoyang obtained his Ph.D. in history from University of California at Berkeley. He is a professor in the department of history, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Having many publications in leading domestic and international journals, he has broad research interests, which include history of Sino-foreign cultural exchanges, Chinese legal history, social history and etc.
The Aesthetic Education Exhibition is hosted by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and undertaken by the Publicity Office of the CPC, the School of Design and the Archives and Museum Management Center. This exhibition showcases 45 works of 29 faculties of Shanghai Jiao Tong University since the reform and opening up, covering various art forms such as Chinese painting, oil painting, sculpture, watercolor painting etc., to adhere to the cultivation of morality and promote the spirit of Chinese aesthetic education.
If you would be interested in attending, please register your details by scanning the below QR Code or click “Read More” at the bottom. Limited places available before 28th November!