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Drama Festival of the School of Foreign Studies cheers up

On the afternoon of May 14, the School of Foreign Studies held a highly anticipated drama festival, which proved to be a resounding success. The festival featured nine classes from seven different language departments, each presenting their own unique and captivating performances. The students displayed their talents through elaborate stage art and innovative script designs, leaving the audience enthralled.

The performances were marked by the genuine emotions portrayed by the talented students. With heartfelt performances, they brought their characters to life on stage, captivating the audience’s attention. The actors skillfully conveyed a range of emotions, creating an immersive experience that blurred the lines between reality and fiction. The drama festival was a testament to the students’ creativity, dedication, and passion for the performing arts.

Student representatives also presented a multilingual poetry recitation following the performances to express best wishes for the continued success and prosperity of the School for many more years to come.

The drama festival holds a significant place in the School’s traditions, serving as a vital platform for fostering exchange and interaction between students and faculty. This year’s festival once again shone with its unique brilliance, showcasing the diversity of cultures from around the world. The hope is that an increasing number of individuals will be drawn to the allure of different cultures, finding themselves deeply moved by the poignant elements of classical drama. May the charm of multiculturalism continue to captivate hearts, leaving a lasting impression on all who engage with the touching aspects of classical drama.

Source: School of Foreign Studies