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CHINESE NEW YEAR
     Date: Feb 6th
     Time: 1:00-3:00
     Location: Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts
     Flyer
     Tickets: FREE - available through our main office Royce Hall 107
                             contact to reserve 608.342.1310 or confucius@uwplatt.edu

CHINESE BRIDGE SPEECH CONTEST
     Date: March 19, 2016 (High School Students) or
               April 16, 2016 (University Students)
     Location: University of Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts
     For more information >>>

DELEGATION TRIP TO CHINA
     Contact: Kathy Zhang
     Dates: June 11th - 24th
     Trip Details: College/University Student Focused or Educators Focused  
     For Application Packet: Please email confucius@uwplatt.edu
                                            or call Prof. Kathy Zhang (608) 342-1256  
     Application Form: Word Document
     Application Deadline: March 31, 2016
     Passport Information: U.S. Department of State
     Visa Information: Chinese Embassy 
     Insurance Information: CISI insurance  
         Any individual related to UW-System (students, staff, faculty, employees)
         needs to enroll in this insurance.
              For questions regarding this insurance please contact:
                    Samantha (Sami) Sonkowsky: 608.342.1010 or sonkowskys@uwplatt.edu 
    Travel Packet: Checklists and information for all preparations, packing list, etc.

 

All Spring Programs Flyer 2016 
Check out our cultural forums (below) and our workshops (here)


Cultural Forums

Cultural forums are free question and answer sessions on Chinese and American culture. Please, join us to sit back and relax while joining the discussion on different aspects of modern Chinese life and comparison American’s point of view for different topics at each session.

MAJOR TRADITIONAL CHINESE FESTIVALS
An introduction to the four major traditional Chinese festivals, including their origins, activities, and reasons of celebration.
    Instructor: Victor Yu
    Location: Royce Hall 110
    Date: Tuesday, Feb 16
    Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
>>Registration

KEYS TO UNDERSTANDING THE
CHINESE MIND AND WAY OF LIFE

Taoism and Confucianism are the two most important Chinese philosophies and have exerted a deep influence on society for two thousand years. This is a brief introduction to the cores of these two philosophies and their great impact on Chinese thought and almost every aspect of life, even in today’s society.
    Instructor: Kathy Zhang
    Location: Royce Hall 110
    Date: Tuesday, March 1
    Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
>>Registration

 


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