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Kuala Lumpur Tour for 500 International Students Draws Enthusiastic Participation 

Author: An Ke

Editor: Zhang Yaoyuan

Kuala Lumpur, 23 April - A trip to Kuala Lumpur, organized by AIMA Education Limited, attended by about 500 international students, was successfully held on April 23.

The event was co-organized by Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) and sponsored by HotMealBah restaurant. It promoted Chinese students' learning and understanding of Malaysian culture by visiting Malaysian scenic spots and gaining insight into different cultural backgrounds.

The founder of AIMA Education Limited and the initiator of this event, Mr. Ma Jianjun said, "I hope everyone will abide by the school rules and complete their studies successfully. During the study abroad period, you should improve yourself comprehensively, have your skills and accomplish yourself, Knowledge comes from books and from experience of the world."

At 8.00 am, the organizers provided a total of eleven spacious and comfortable luxury buses for the international students to ensure a smooth and safe journey to the attraction.

(Photo by Jie Jiegao)

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At 9.00 am, the group visited The National Palace, one of the most famous national symbols of Malaysia, which is the official residence of the highest head of state in Malaysia.

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Around 10.00 am, the group headed to Independence Square, located in the busy area of Kuala Lumpur, which is the venue for Malaysia's Independence Day celebrations and one of the most famous tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur.

The group had lunch at Petaling Street, also known as Chinatown, which has authentic Chinese restaurants, a variety of chow mein, covered rice and spicy hotpot.

From 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm, the group visited the Putra Mosque. It is the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia and also the largest Floating Mosque in Southeast Asia. International students had a photo shoot here to commemorate the occasion.

(Source: photographed by An Ke)

The group returned to Kolej Ibu Zain Banquet Hall, UKM at 6.00 pm where international students enjoyed a sumptuous buffet with fruits, drinks, Chinese food, etc.

A junior student from UKM, Mr Li Ming, said, "It was my first time participating in this kind of activity, and I am very grateful to AIMA Education for their great support. They spent time, energy, and money to provide us international students with an opportunity to increase our personal experience, experience the landscape of Malaysia. It was really nice!"

Another participant in the event, Ms. Zhang Yu, emphasized the importance of experiencing, communicating, and interacting with others during their study abroad. She said, "Studying abroad not only brings you fluency in English and knowledge but also a deeper change in your heart."

The event was a great success due to the enthusiastic participation of international students who brought their unique culture and traditions. The event aims to promote cultural exchange and understanding among international students in Malaysia and to showcase the diversity of Kuala Lumpur.

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