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'International Youth Speaks' engages with nature, rejuvenation

By CHEN BOWEN in Haikou | | Updated: 2024-06-08 14:06
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A new episode of Hainan University's "International Youth Speaks" series offers a unique opportunity to explore the Hainan Tropical Rainforest National Park through the eyes of Misztal Klaudia Anna, a Polish student at Hainan University, released on the World Environment Day which fell on Wednesday.

This episode titled "Hainan, More than the sea" aims to engage viewers in a dialogue with nature, providing a platform for visual and spiritual rejuvenation while showcasing Hainan's efforts in ecological conservation and sustainable development. By immersing themselves in this experience, viewers can gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty of Hainan's natural landscapes and the importance of preserving them for future generations, according to the series producers.

Through Anna's perspective, viewers are invited to witness the achievements made in protecting the ecological environment of Hainan and promoting coordinated development.

The "International Youth Speaks" series at Hainan University has been a platform for international students to engage in social practices and share their unique perspectives on China and the development of the Hainan Free Trade Port. By encouraging students to actively participate in storytelling and community engagement, the series aims to foster cross-cultural understanding and appreciation while highlighting the positive initiatives taking place in Hainan and beyond.

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