On October 1st, the day that we celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day 2020 together, Beihang organized colorful cultural activities and expressed its wishes to all students, hoping that each student will spend a warm and unforgettable “Double-Festival” holiday.
At 7:10 am on October 1st, the bright five-starred red flag was fluttering at Beihang with students singing the national anthem aloud.
Raising the National flag at Beihang
Schools conducted and organized the Mid-Autumn Festival Party, the theme exhibition “Beihang at a Glance” and other activities. Head teachers, supervisors, counselors and students gathered together to chat and express their own wishes. Students’ bright smiles added to the gaiety of the festival.
The festival gifts prepared by the School of Transportation Science and Engineering
The School of Chemistry held the Mid-Autumn Festival party to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day with all teachers and students. During the party, some elaborate activities, such as guessing lantern riddles and making moon cakes, brought waves of laughter to the campus.
The School of Chemistry held the Mid-Autumn Festival party
During the “Double-Festival” holiday, Beihang School prepared moon cakes and epidemic prevention supplies for the whole students, and counselors visited each dormitory to conduct discussion and interaction with teachers and head teachers. The Mid-Autumn Gala, social gathering among schools, movies and other relevant activities created a warm and lively festive atmosphere.
Head teachers from Beihang School visited students’ dormitories
The School of Automatic Science and Electrical Engineering prepared moon cakes and chocolates for each student, which was considered as “the first wave of warmth in autumn from the School of Automatic Science and Electrical Engineering” by the students. School leaders also visited students’ dormitories and sent their wishes to students.
School leaders visited students’ dormitories
The School of Astronautics provided epidemic prevention supplies, including infrared thermometers, disinfectant and hand sanitizer, for 126 graduate student dormitories and 156 undergraduate student dormitories. School leaders and counselors visited students’ dormitories and sent elaborately-prepared moon cake packages, hoping that each student will have a safe and wonderful “Double-Festival” holiday.
The School of Astronautics held the Mid-Autumn celebration activity
Zhang Deyuan, Dean of Beihang School, and other school leaders came to students’ dormitories to send wishes and moon cakes. On behalf of the School of Mathematical Sciences, Yuan Xing, Secretary of Party Committee of the School, drummed into students that we should have a healthy habit and life style and endeavor to work hard.
Zhang Deyuan, Dean of Beihang School, came to students’ dormitories
Yuan Xing, Secretary of Party Committee of the School of Mathematical Sciences, came to students’ dormitories
The School of Foreign Languages organized class meetings, fully illustrating relevant regulations and travel precautions during the holiday and a series of cultural activities for students. On the afternoon of September 30th, Deputy Secretary of Party Committee Cheng Bo came to Shahe Campus to talk with freshman representatives. During the conversation, students shared their own unforgettable memories in 2020, their feelings for Beihang and expectations for the future campus life. Cheng Bo also sent books to students on site and wished them have a rational plan for their scientific research life and spend a safe, healthy, warm and joyous holiday.
Deputy Secretary of Party Committee Cheng Bo talked with freshman representatives
On September 30th and October 1st, Beihang Sunrise Concert Hall at Xueyuan Road Campus and Yongman Theater at Shahe Campus broadcast the National Day and Mid-Autumn evening party aired on CCTV (China Central Television) for teachers and students at school. During the holiday, in order to fully express its warmth and wishes, the university arranged a series of cultural activities, such as watching movies for free (“My People, My homeland”, “The Eight Hundred”), cloud reading, and opening the land for public use.
Reported by Wang Qing
Photographed by Wang Zhen and Zhang Keli
Reviewed by Li Jianwei
Edited by Wang Qing
Translated by Feng Yueyue