Six students from a Taiwan university came to South Africa as apart of a culture exchange programme. They were chosen from a long process of entries through a competition and are one of 35 teams who do this around the world.

They visit many locations while in South Africa and yesterday they visited Wits University. The event started off in Hofmeyer House in the morning where students from the university met the Taiwan students and immersed themselves in the Chinese culture by painting their faces in a symbol which representative this.

Students from both universities mingled and play games in order to get to know each other further.

Afterwards everyone met at the Wits Amphitheater where the Taiwanese students put on a show which included song and dance.

Watch a video of the event below: