About：The Night of Foreign Language
|The Night of Foreign Language |
The Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics has never had a night of its talent performance. To provide the talented students a stage for performance, we decided to hold this event. It will also be co-organized with other departments to exchange experiences. In this event, students showcase their talents, whether it is singing, dancing, acting, or even facing a large audience, showing their stage charm without stage fright. This is a very meaningful experience.
Students in both departments not only had dances, singings, and dramas, but also joint performances such as great choreography, as well as the anticipated total dance! It brings together talented students from all participating departments to enjoy this stage. I believe the audience will be satisfied with the results of the six months of dedicated preparation!
Learning from the activity
This event breaks the tradition of the independent organization because we invite other departments to co-organize it. After learning what a suitable attitude should be used to face different people, I believe that the students participating in the performance have learned how to exchange opinions with different people.
For the organizers, this night is a big challenge. To make the event more successful, I found experienced partners to co-organize it. In the process, there are often frictions. They have traditions and we have innovations. In the case of different opinions, we have been communicating, and mutual respect and timely concessions are necessary. Besides looking for lighting and sound effects manufacturers, bargaining, and renting venues. Various issues need to be dealt with. I often feel powerless and the process is stressful. Fortunately, I have a group of friends who work together.
On the day of the performance, I was nervous. I was afraid that there would be too few people, performance mistakes, and problems in lighting and sound effects. I was worried that all my efforts would be ruined, but when I saw that there were too many people and not enough seats, I was relieved. The audience’s laughter gave us the greatest feedback, and suddenly I felt that all the pains from hard work seemed to disappear, leaving only the good memories of the night.