“Confucius Day” Photo Contest Results Announcement

Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware is proud to announce the winner of the photo contest!

The photo contest on September 27, 2014 for Confucius Day at the University of Delaware was a great success!  With nearly 40 photo entries, participants found it difficult to choose a winner among the wonderful pictures!  But finally the votes were tallied, and the competition victor was decided!

Congratulations to Michael Luck! Your photos were voted number one!

Final Competition results:

1st Prize: Michael Luck

“This was a great memory.  This little boy had a few minutes to play after I asked his mother for a picture. We played hide and seek at the Summer Palace. When I jumped out from behind a pillar, he was surprised and I captured this look. Combined with the cookie crumbs on his chin, you would think he was caught being naughty. The combination of cuteness and composition makes this one of my favorite photos.”

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2nd Prize: John Polk

“Potala Palace, Lhasa, Xizang”

Potala Palace, Lhasa, Xizang

3rd Prize: David Cannon

“Shanghai at nighttime!”

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As a prize, the final contestants will receive a gift card from their teacher! The first place gift card will be a $30 value, while second and third prizes are gift cards valued in $20 and $10 respectably.

Congratulations again to the winners! And thank you for your support and participation!

UPCOMING LECTURE: FROM “LOW-PROFILE” TO “HIGH-PROFILE”: CHANGES IN CHINA’S FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS

 

The Confucius Institute cordially invites you to a “Tradition & Innovation around the Globe“ lecture from Dr. Jianguo Chen, renowned scholar in Chinese Literatures, Comparative Literacy Studies and Chinese Cultural and Films Studies.

Dr. Jianguo Chen, Director of Confucius Institute from the University of Delaware will present a topic on “From ‘Low-Profile’ to ‘High-Profile’: Changes in China’s Foreign Policy Strategy and Their Implications”.

Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Time: 12:20 – 1:10 pm
Location: Memorial Hall 113
Direction and parking info for Memorial Hall: http://maps.rdms.udel.edu/map/index.php?id=NC32

Lecture is free and open to the public.

The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Global and Area Studies.

Apply Today! 2014 Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for American High School Students

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Look for something cool and special in summer? Visit China and explore different language and culture!

The Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware is calling for application to the 2014 “Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for American High School Students”.

Camp Dates: July 17 – August 1

Camp Destination Cities: Beijing and another city (TBA)

Qualifications:

Students shall be:

-American citizens;

-less than 3 years of Chinese learning experience

-in good health

-aged between 14 and 18 and enrolled in grades 9 to 12.

Chaperones shall be:

-experienced in K-12 teaching and student management;

-responsible and compatible;

-in good health;

-aged below 50 in post.

Costs:

China visa fees

Round-trip international airfare

International travel insurance

HOW TO APPLY: Applicants need to submit their application form, personal application letter and a recommendation letter from schools or teachers (Chaperones should also submit their resumes) to the Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware via:

Email: confucius@udel.edu

Mail: 121 E Delaware Ave, Newark, DE 19711

Application Deadline: March 7, 2014

For more details, please see:

2014 Chinese Bridge Summer Camp Announcement – UDCI (PDF)

Forms Download:

Application Form (Chaperone)

Application Form (Student)

If you have any question, please contact us at (302)831-7190/7188 or send email to confucius@udel.edu.

APPLY TODAY!

2014 Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for American High School Students is sponsored by Hanban (Headquarters of Confucius Institute) and coordinated by the Confucius Institute at the University of Delaware.