BaiLu Talk is a cultural seminar in diverse forms regarding various cultural themes. Here, you will meet many fascinating presenters, learn about different topics (humanities, politics, economy, history, society, art, etc.) and experience the sharing of books, movies, documentaries, lectures and so on. You will hear a variety of personal opinions, and your voice will as well be needed! You will find people with the same passion of thinking independently.
“As a lifelong learner, I have always believed that I have to constantly jump out of my comfort zone and get instant feedback, which is the best way to learn. Bailu is such a platform. Whether it is four reading sessions held in Bailu I still manage the sounds of the beautiful sounds together. I not only made friends from them, but also changed from a person who does not like public speeches to a person who loves to share. Thanks to the growth that Bailu brought to me."
"In my eyes, thinking is a tree. It can be dismantled and built into answers to many questions. When I am helpless, I will talk to the tree hole; when I am afraid, I will bury my head. I ran away from the leaves. After a long time, I felt lonely and desperately wanted to share the results of my thoughts with others. Finally, I met the day and realized that there are many other trees that are growing stronger in this world. In addition, my free space does not need to be abandoned. On the way to the truth, I only know that there are other people, knowing that there is a probability that they can walk with you, daggers, this gives me great strength. Thank you for your help!"
"The fate is more magical than imagined. New York is smaller than you think. In the daytime, I met alumni who had not seen for a few years, neighbors in the same building, and new friends who saw each other. The sharer opened a new window for me. Take me from a different perspective to observe the complex world and the changing society. Volunteers walked hand in hand with me and grew up with the day in each of us. If one day I left New York, the day passed to me. Truth, true feelings, will not leave me."