The Confucius Institute proudly announces its participation and sponsorship of the coming International Education Week (IEW) at the University of Delaware during the week of November 18-22, 2013.
The CI will participate in the following events:
Wednesday, November 20
2-4pm | Going Global: Exploring International Opportunities | Perkins Student Center Concourse
Information on the Confucius Institute Scholarship to study in Xiamen University, China
7:30pm | Food & Game Night | Warner Hall Lounge
Chinese Food and Games
Friday, November 21
5-9pm | The Festival of Nations | Trabant Multipurpose
Performances, exhibits, prizes and more.
Full schedule of the IEW events can be found at: http://sites.udel.edu/iew/schedule/
IEW is a collaborative efforts of the Confucius Institute and Residence Life & Housing, English Language Institute, Institute for Global Studies and the Office for International Students & Scholars.
The Confucius Institute is honored to have invited Dr. Kang Liu, Director of China Research Center from Duke University to talk about “China Model, Universalism, and Asian Values” as the third “China Forum” lecture.
The lecture is scheduled from 4:30 to 5:30 pm on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 in Kirkbride 204.
The event is free to public. All are welcome. A reception will follow after the event. Direction to Kirkbride Hall click here.
Introduction of the speaker:
Liu, Kang (刘康) is Professor of Chinese Studies at Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, and Director of China Research Center, Duke University, U.S.A. and he is also Chair Professor and Dean of the Institute of Arts and Humanities at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China. He received B.A. in English in Nanjing University in 1982. In 1983, He came to the United States on a Fulbright scholarship and received Ph.D. in comparative literature at University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1989. He is the author of eight books, including Aesthetics and Marxism(Duke University Press, 2000), Globalization and Cultural Trend in China(University of Hawaii Press, 2003), Culture/Media/Globalization (Nanjing University Press, 2006), and Demonizing China(Chinese Social Sciences Academy Press, 1996), a bestselling book in Chinese, which analyzes the American media’s coverage of China. In addition, Liu Kang published widely in both English and Chinese on issues ranging from contemporary Chinese media and culture, globalization, to Marxism and aesthetics. His current projects include global surveys of China’s image, Chinese soft power and public diplomacy, and political and ideological changes in China.
Hanyu Tea is a Chinese language program jointly organized by the Confucius Institute and the China-America Association at the University of Delaware. It provides a bridge between Chinese native speakers and American students who are interested in learning Chinese.
The next activity will take place at 7:00pm on this Thursday April 18 at Memorial Hall 109.
Activities of the program are organized every other Thursday on UD campus. Locations TBA. Please follow the program’s Facebook page to get the most recent updates.
THE EVENT IS CANCELLED.
The Confucius Institute is honored to have the Students Art Troupe from Renmin University of China (中国人民大学) in Beijing to perform traditional Chinese folk music on the University of Delaware campus, as one stop of the
Troupe’s Confucius Institute Performance Tour sponsored by Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarter.
The event will be an interactive mini concert as (near-)professional players of traditional Chinese music instruments, including Xiao (箫), Gu Qin (古琴), Zheng (筝), Pi Pa (琵琶), Er Hu (二胡), Chinese flute (笛子) and so on, to play classic Chinese music pieces, such as “the Jasmine Flower (茉莉花)”, “Three Stanzas of Plum-blossoms (梅花三弄)”, “A Moon Night on the Spring River (春江花月夜)”.
The event is scheduled at 7:00pm on Friday April 26, 2013 in Kirkbride Hall 004 on campus. Open to the public for free. All are welcome.
Direction to Kirkbride Hall click here.
The Confucius Institute and the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Delaware invite you to join Ha Jin (哈金) for the coming event of “Transnational Encounters” on March 7 and 8 on UD campus.
Ha Jin is one of the foremost and most respected Chinese-American writers. He has been the recipient of many prestigious literary awards (see below for a complete list of awards and honors of Ha Jin).
1. PUBLIC LECTURE
Thursday, March 7
Clayton Hall Auditorium
Friday, March 8
All events are FREE to the public.
Tickets for the 2013 Chinese New year Gala at UD now is for sale at the box offices in Trabant Student Center and the Bob Carpenter Sports/Convocation Center. It is also available online at ticketmaster.com and at door. General admission. $10 for adult and $5 for student.
To celebrate the 2013 Chinese New Year, the Confucius Institute, in collaboration with the Chinese Students and Scholars Association, is working to bring a celebration that you’ll always remember for the coming Year of Snake (Chinese pronunciation /shé/) on the University of Delaware campus. Please mark your calendar:
More details to follow in the coming weeks. All are welcome.