Dozens of British students visited China's southwest city Chengdu through Mandarin Excellence Programme (MEP). Visiting Sanxingdui Museum, the ancient Chinese archeological relics site, was a sight-seeing highlight of this trip.
MEP, initiated and funded by the British government and supported by the Ministry of Education of China, aims to cultivate Chinese language skills among British students. Over the past seven years, MEP has helped some 11,000 British students develop their Mandarin skills.
The Chengdu trip was organized by Southwest Jiaotong University, check how students were amazed by the depth of Chinese culture through the relics here.
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