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ITV Wales interview Cardiff Met students

Cardiff Met Students being interviewed

​On Friday 5th December 2014, four Cardiff Met students were interviewed for part of a story about Visit Britain for ITV Wales. This was later featured on the 6:00pm news that evening.

Four Cardiff Met students from China were interviewed by Reporter Tom Sheldrick. They were asked to come up with their own literal descriptions of Welsh places and landmarks in Mandarin in relation to Visit Britain's largest ever tourism campaign in China.​​

The students were asked to taste Welsh laverbread and were then asked to make up a word to describe what it tasted like to them.

Read more about the story here: http://www.itv.com/news/wales/update/2014-12-05/welsh-attractions-given-a-mandarin-spin-by-chinese-tourists/ 

View the video on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vha2DVPLIk8&list=PLQ0zk4tPwKCmiQd5--qWm79KzZPo_opbM