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Yang Lei Feng Volunteers Association

Yang Lei Feng Volunteers Association was established in the year 2012. It was established because there were some students doing some sort of volunteering and there were many who had too much free time on their hands and with little or nothing to do once school was not in session. In order to give the international student something to look forward to, the Yang Lei Feng Volunteers Association was formed. Since Lei Feng‘s influence is widely respected in China, international students also decided to learn something from him hence the name of the association dubbed Yang Lei Feng Volunteers Association.

Its formation has being a positive impact in the lives of many students as well as Locals. Volunteers have volunteered in less privileged schools, visited old people’s homes and visited the sick in the hospital. 5thMarch which is Lei Feng Day has seen volunteers involved in many sanitation works all over Wuhan. It has ranged from directing and helping in the subways to working with the Environmental Sanitation Bureau of Wuhan to help keep Wuhan clean. Volunteers have partnered with some bureaus to help make Wuhan a better place for both foreigners and Chinese. What the association can boast of is its Annual Blood Donation Exercise where it partners with the blood donation center of Wuhan. This exercise sees over 100 international students each year donating blood to help save any life it can.

It is the hope and dream of the Yang Lei Feng Volunteers Association to keep giving back to the Chinese community especially here in Wuhan which has accepted it as part of it.


Office 206, College of International Cultural Exchange, CCNU

Tel: 027-6786 5529


The formation of friendship is one of the things CCNU offers to its international students. It offers the right atmosphere for Cultural Exchange. Many international students learn about each other’s culture and sometimes they find it interesting other times they find it strange. But the need to learn from each other’s culture was so strong in the international student hence the formation of the Dance Club for and by the international student.

The dance club was formed in 2013 by a group of students from over 15 different countries. Dancing was a means to help these students to understand each other’s cultures. The members had the opportunity to learn African dances as well as samba from Brazil that year. There was no need for an instructor. The student themselves taught each other. That year the dance club members participated in CCNU’s 2013 Sport Meeting where they were awarded Best Performance for the opening ceremony. Members went ahead to perform in other school performances and since then have learnt dances like traditional Chinese Dances, Kizomba, Zouk etc.

Members are looking forward to cultural exchange through dancing from associating with other students. The dance club has opened its doors to new members and new international student teachers willing to share their culture through dance.


Office 206, College of International Cultural Exchange, CCNU

Tel: 027-6786 5529


The LANGUAGE CLUB was launched on 5th March, 2013, born out the mission and vision “to give back to the society, P.R. China” by OGUNYINKA, EMMANUEL KAYODE, a Nigerian. The first of its kind, free English class entitled “LETS’ TALK IN ENGLISH” and later included FRENCH, ARABIC, and SPANISH.

Now, on the move to include PUBLIC CHINESE LANGUAGE and CULTURE. As a subordinate to College of International Cultural Exchange (CICE), CICE Language Club specializes in providing language exchange services such as English, French, Arabic, Spanish and Public Chinese language and Culture. We use to have two (2) classes each per week, based on language Oral Drills (listening and spoken drills). It includes study tours, cultural lectures and exchanges, winter and summer camps, etc. Our tenets are providing clients with real environment and chances to practice language and helping clients to get an in-depth understanding of foreign language. Besides, we also organize various kinds of amusing camps for students in winter and summer.

For further enquiries, contact:

Coordinator: Kayode (Smart) 13555377593

Gen. Sec.: David 13407157270

Program Officer: Chen Nan 027-67868889

International Travel Friends Club

International Travel Friends Club was founded in October 2012 by oversea students and Chinese students,anchoring in the International Cultural Exchange College.It's a community of oversea students and Chinese students.CCNUITFC share the spirit-through good "individual" activities of physical and mental health to promote travel companions "health", as well as through social and physical activities (such as a charity event) to contribute "harmonious society",provide a platform for those wandering and residing outside to help each other and learn from each other, for networking!We advocate travelling companions have both a good body and spirit, that is, "to perfect himself, at the same time, be considerate, care and support society". That is why we are "learning while working while growing while contributing to society".

Since CCNUITFC was founded,we have been developing with positive attitude, wider vision, multiple culture, and abundant resources, to accept people around, to unite, to develop innovation, to create a platform as a "home".We have giant annual hiking activities on the first day of New Year, weekly routine activities no matter rain or shine,weekly culture bilingual salon, and loving and helping the young and the elder public activities.It has been receiveing widely highly concern and support from oversea students, Chinese students, school both inside and outside, and society.

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