President Xi Jinping has pointed out: "We are capable of handling China's affairs, not to mention conveying China's story globally. We should have that confidence in making the nation's voices heard." Here comes the third SCNU English Writing Competition, offering you a chance to tell China's story to the world!


To tell China's story, you are free to talk about Chinese fine traditional culture, asserting Chinese characteristics, manifesting Chinese spirit and introducing Chinese wisdom; you are free to tell stories about science and humanities research that happened on the campus, to tell the world more about SCNU; you are also free to talk about your encounter with China, portraying the development of China with the special perspective of an international student.


Here, you have the opportunity to open up an important window for the world to see SCNU. Show your work on the SCNU English website and make the world hear you.


The SCNU English website has accumulated more than 340,000 page views, and has users from 165 countries and regions. With foreign visits reaching 52%, it strives to provide the public at home and abroad with rich information about SCNU.


Now, no matter what major you are, what background and nationality you have, as long as you are a student of SCNU, as long as you have confidence, you can accept this invitation. Narrate your own "China Story" and help the world better understand China.




Today, China has the confidence and also the need to tell its own story. As a student of SCNU, we should strengthen our conviction, tell China's stories and make China's voice heard, contributing to enhancing China's international communication!


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Translated by Zeng Yuetong, Luo Xiaoying, Chen Jiahui, Yuan Yongshi, Chen Sitong

Proofread by Edwin Baak

Edited by Li Jianru

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