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Members of the Women's Association of Chinese Consulate General Visit High Gate Primary School and Donate Books
2016/06/22

On 1 June, members of the Women's Association of Chinese Consulate General in Perth headed by Mrs Xing Chao, wife of Consul-General Lei Kezhong, visited High Gate Primary School in Perth and donated both Chinese and English books to the school. High Gate Primary School Principal Mr Stephen Ivey together with 100 school teachers and students attended the donation ceremony.

Students from High Gate Primary School Warmly Welcome Members of the Womens' Association

Mrs Xing Chao Donates Chinese and English Books to High Gate Primary School on Behalf of Chinese Consulate General

Mrs Xing sent International Children's Day greetings to the students and extended appreciation to the Primary School for making tireless efforts in teaching Chinese and Chinese Culture. She also welcomed the students to visit the Chinese Consulate General. Mrs Xing Chao also answered the students 'questions about China.

Principal Ivey thanked the Consulate General for donating books to the school and expressed the hope that the students would have a better understanding about China after reading the books. He also said that High Gate Primary School attached importance to Chinese language teaching and encouraged more students to learn Chinese and contribute to Sino-Australia friendship.

The students are reading Chinese Books with Great Interest

Mrs Xing Chao Answers the Students' Questions

Mrs Xing Chao Talks with Students

High Gate Primary School is a multicultural public school with a history of over 120 years . There are 600 students from over 70 countries, and Chinese is a compulsory subject .

Members of the Womens' Association Take a Group Photo with Principal Ivey

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