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Official visit to China - Day 2

Sunday, 24 September

Beijing

Opening of Danish-Chinese seminar
10.00

At Tsinghua University, The Crown Prince opens the seminar ‘Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow – Play, Creativity and Social Values’, which focuses on innovation, creativity and lifelong learning. From the Chinese side, representatives of public authorities and research groups will take part, while from the Danish side there will be representatives of the LEGO Foundation who will share their experience and research in the area of children’s learning and creativity.

 

Visit at Tsinghua Life Long Learning Lab
11.00

During his visit at Tsinghua University, The Crown Prince is shown the research project and the laboratory Tsinghua Life Long Learning Lab (TULLL), which was designed for research into children’s creativity and lifelong learning. The lab was developed in cooperation with the LEGO Foundation and, among other things, examines how children can work out specific tasks through various learning methods.

 

Kick-start event for Copenhagen as guest city
15.15

The Crown Prince takes part in a kick-start event for Copenhagen as a guest city at Beijing Design Week 2018. At the event, The Crown Prince gets the opportunity to visit an exhibition that focuses on ‘Danish Living’ and green solutions in large Danish cities.

 

Dinner at The George
19.00

The Crown Prince participates in a dinner at The George arranged by the Danish Industry Foundation and the City of Copenhagen.  

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Tsinghua University

Opening of seminar ‘Educating the Leaders of Tomorrow – Play, Creativity and Social Values’, which focuses on innovation, creativity and lifelong learning' and Visit at Tsinghua Life Long Learning Lab with Danish Minister of Higher Education, Søren Pind.

 

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Walking in a Beijing hutong built more than 1000 years ago.

 

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Foto: Ting Zhao ©

 

 

"During a walk in Beijing's Hutong, H.R.H. the Crown Prince today Hu Chengming, one of the last classical calligraphy brush makers in China."

 

 

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