Graf­fiti course at­tracts South Korean stu­dent to study in Wuhan

Changjiang Weekly - - SOCIETY - By Liu Jia

Xu Wei­wei, a teacher at Wuhan Sup­ply-and-Mar­ket­ing Busi­ness School (WSMBS), en­cour­ages her stu­dents to en­gage in graf­fiti art. Ev­ery year since 2005, Xu has in­te­grated the graf­fiti wall pro­gram into her fine arts teach­ing plan. Each se­mes­ter, she sets aside eight weeks for the stu­dents' graf­fiti wall pro­gram.By prac­tic­ing this, they will de­velop an eye for dis­cov­er­ing beauty.

Xu and her stu­dents' hand­paint­ing works were on dis­play on the open­ing day of school last year. They at­tracted the at­ten­tion of a stu­dent from the Repub­lic of Korea.At that time, this stu­dent was think­ing about which col­lege to ap­ply to and he could have the choice to go back to his home­land.In the end, he de­cided to at­tend WSMBS, hop­ing that he could en­gage in an­i­ma­tion work af­ter study­ing fine arts in Wuhan.

Xu Wei­wei with her stu­dents

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