The first Disney cultural envoys from TCZJ have been living and working in the US for 3 months. They are surrounded by Disney’s cultural concept-joy is a great treasure while providing Chinese service with TCZJ characteristics.
Cai Menglu, a student in 2011 Business English Class 3, received a mother and her daughter on the first workday. They liked the backpackers with Chinese Taiji and Pandas on them very much. They felt amazed at Chinese Yin and Yang and Chinese national treasure-giant pandas. Wang Shiji, a student from 2011 Business English Class 1 worked in a jewelry store. She was able to recommend various types of jewelry, especially Chinese jade ware, agate and jadeite to customers with English in the first month. Student envoys all felt that it was a delightful job that has an international working environment and could introduce broad and profound Chinese culture to visitors from all over the world.
Disney Cultural Envoys Program is one of Disney’s international cultural exchange programs. Every year, over 100 college students from over 10 colleges in China would be selected to go to Walt Disney World Resort Epcot China Pavilion to serve as interns and cross-cultural communication envoys for 1 year. 6 students in TCZJ had gotten offer letters through interview this March. They had begun their internship in the US. In 2014 Disney Cultural Envoy recruitment, 15 students are preparing for interviews after preliminary selection.
By Chen Hui Editor Hu Jian