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Chinese teachers visit with Sec. Gale & take tour

July 11, 2014

Sec. Gale had the opportunity to play tour guide to a group of teachers who are in Nebraska from China. Those teachers are placed to work in schools across Nebraska, through the Confucius Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. They will be in Nebraska for three years, before returning to China.

Pictured: Sec. Gale; Rachel Zeng, Executive Associate Director, Confucius Institute; Pingan Huang, Associate Director, Confucius Institute; Dana Wang, Program Assistant, Confucius Institute & visiting teachers (Guihua Zhan, Lianmei Hu, Lihua Xu, Zhuanyun Yin, Yanping Shen)

Pictured: Sec. Gale; Rachel Zeng, Executive Associate Director, Confucius Institute; Pingan Huang, Associate Director, Confucius Institute; Dana Wang, Program Assistant, Confucius Institute & visiting teachers (Guihua Zhan, Lianmei Hu, Lihua Xu, Zhuanyun Yin, Yanping Shen)


 

Sec. Gale explains the significance of the decoration and symbols that are part of the State Capitol’s architecture.

Sec. Gale explains the significance of the decoration and symbols that are part of the State Capitol’s architecture.


Looking around Governor Heineman’s office.

Looking around Governor Heineman’s office.


Prior to the tour of the State Capitol, Sec. Gale showed the group a map of Nebraska and explained some of the unique features of Nebraska’s landscape, cities, weather and agriculture.

Prior to the tour of the State Capitol, Sec. Gale showed the group a map of Nebraska and explained some of the unique features of Nebraska’s landscape, cities, weather and agriculture.