Professor Yanfeng Zhao in Toronto on March 10, 2018 – Recitation of Classics and Family Education
Academic background: Professor Zhao is an associate professor at Peking University School of Teaching Chinese as a second language and a master’s supervisor. Her research direction is Chinese culture and cross-cultural studies, and he has given lectures abroad many times. She served as the Chinese director of the Ritsumeikan Confucius Institute in Japan, during which she was awarded by the Confucius Institute Headquarters. At the same time, she was the instructor of Peking University clubs and gave lectures on Chinese culture and Chinese culture to universities, enterprises, and government departments in many places in China, which was well received.
Reading practice: Teacher Zhao has been involved with reading education since 2001, and has allowed her daughter Tian Tian to continue reading the scriptures for a long time. She had been
in Japan for three years in a row. At present, her daughter has memorized “Xueyong Analects”. In the past 16 years, she has been named “Tian Tian’s mother.” Her name, in the classics reading forum, parent-child forum, and parenting forum, spares no effort to promote children’s reading education, and she has a lot of experience in children’s reading practice. In her spare time, Professor Yanfeng Zhao has been committed to promoting classic recitation activities in universities, enterprises, and in society for a long time. In 2016, she participated in two lectures on “The Roots of Culture and the Knowledge of Life”. Her learning experience resonated with many people.
At 7 pm on March 10, 2018, the GEBIS Toronto Center held the first Canadian charity tour lecture by Professor Yanfeng Zhao. The whole lecture was attended by more than 400 people, including teachers and volunteers.
Special thanks to the sponsors and the teachers and volunteers who had been taking care of the children so that parents could listen to the lecture with peace of mind. If it were not for everyone’s concerted efforts and selfless dedication, it would not have been so successful and smooth. Thank you all!