Famous Chinese Soccer Player Visits Shekou Primary School Students
08 Jun 2017
On June 7th, 2017 Bai Jie, a famous Chinese Female Soccer/Football player, made her second visit to Hai Wan Primary School on Hai Chang Street in Shekou this year.
Bai Jie played on various teams since 1997 and has won many awards and received many commendations. For example, in December of 1997 she was on the winning team at the 11th AFC Women's Asian Cup in Guangzhou. In 1998, she played on the China team which took first place at the Asian Games in Bangkok. In 1999 played on the China national team; which came second place at the 3rd Female World Cup Football Games in the U.S. "The final between the U.S. and China, held on July 10 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, was the most-attended women's sports event in history with an official attendance of 90,185." In January 2004 she also became China's first female football coach.
She is visiting the primary school in her role as Technical Advisor of the school's first student soccer team. This is her second visit in this capacity. Her first visit was at the ceremony announcing the creation of the school's soccer team.
Starting September of this year, Yucai School will be merging with Hai Wan School to create the new Yucai School Taiziwan Campus. The primary school will continue at the existing Hai Wan campus while the middle school will take over the new facilities currently being erected on the plot of land where the former plant nursery used to be; near the car gate of Coastal Rose Garden 1.
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