For the great international projection of MBH we share some relevant news from recent years.
Visit of President Xi Jinping in Madrid, Spain
November 28, 2018
When we received a isit from our Chinese president, Xi Jinping, in Madrid, Spain, the current government invited us to a lunch held in honor of his visit at the Palacio de la Moncloa. It was a very special day since we had the honor of being one of the four Chinese citizens chosen for our excellence in the world of education and culture to meet with the two presidents, we met politicians, businessmen and members of Chinese and Spanish culture.
Interview with Chinese newspaper RENMINWANG in 2020
The RENMINWANG, newspaper, one of the most prestigious in China, has interviewed our director to learn more about the innovative trilingual Montessori Baby House method, how we implement home teaching and what our health protocols are. They also took MBH as a reference in how to give Chinese classes at home, where our director gave advice on good practices.
V Development Forum of the Chinese community in Spain in 2019
Our director Diana Zheng was invited to the V development forum of the Chinese Community in Spain, she has been a representative of the education area giving a speech on the importance of child education. It is worth mentioning that the Chinese early education, DeQuan Feng recorded a video to congratulate him and support MBH.
Interview with Chinese newspaper XINMIN.CN in 2020
Proud of our director who continues to set an example of passion for early childhood education. this time she has been interviewed by Xinmin.cn, a great Chinese newspaper!
Diana is always innovating, always thinking of new projects that benefit early education.
Her perseverance and dedication are admirable.
Telemadrid's visit on Chinese New Year 2021
Telemadrid has come to know how we celebrate the Chinese New Year and to congratulate the entire Chinese community.
During their visit they met the fun robot, which helps us with the safety protocol through the daily health inspections of the center. It uses technology to detect if there may be any disease, alerting adults. In this way, a decision can be made if the student is fit to remain in the center. In addition, it sends a report to families on the child's health status.