Jiangsu China x Singapore Robotics Cultural Exchange Program: RoboJoy & Duck Learning
Singapore, February 1, 2024 – Duck Learning, a leading STEM education and robotics provider in Singapore, collaborated with RoboJoy from Jiangsu, China, to host a friendly Robotics Cultural Exchange Program on January 31, 2024. The event witnessed 60 students from China and Singapore participating in this enriching 1 day program.
The event took place at the Marquee at Science Centre Singapore. It was a full day program, from 10 AM to 6 PM. This initiative aimed to provide a unique opportunity for students from both nations to come together and immerse themselves in the captivating world of robotics.
Participants, aged 5 to 13 years old, engaged in hands-on activities and intensive robotics training, enhancing their skills and knowledge through the application of Global Robotics Games and RoboJoy competition missions. The program sought to deepen their understanding of robotics, fostering collaboration and cultural exchange between students from China, Jiangsu Province and Singapore.
In this photo above we observe senior students from Singapore and China collaborating learning at the competition table.
The highlight of the event was a friendly robotics competition, where students showcased their creativity and technical acumen by building and coding robots to complete challenging missions. There were 2 main categories, one for the junior team and one for the regular category. The competition symbolised the spirit of cooperation and healthy competition between the two nations.
In this photo above we observe junior students (age below 10) from Singapore and China collaborating learning at the competition table.
The event concluded with a captivating award ceremony, recognising the participants' achievements and contributions. This event not only served as a platform for educational enrichment but also promoted cultural understanding and friendship among the students.
"Duck Learning is proud to have hosted this significant cultural exchange, creating an environment where students from China and Singapore could collaborate and excel in the field of robotics. The event aligns perfectly with our commitment to inspiring young minds and fostering innovation," said Hozefa Aziz Singapore Wala, CEO of Duck Learning.
For more information about Duck Learning and its dedication to STEM education, please visit Duck Learning Website. For readers interested in engaging in a cultural robotics program similar to the one described above, please contact us at email@example.com.
About Duck Learning:
Duck Learning is a premier STEM education and robotics provider based in Singapore. Committed to inspiring young minds, Duck Learning offers innovative educational solutions, using its unique ‘QUACK’ Methodology.