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The Life of a Chinese Comedian

Fulbright Scholar and professional comedian Jesse Appell will share stories about his time in China studying Xiangsheng “Cross-talk” Comedy, his experiences of learning Chinese, and the secrets for making people from different cultures laugh with each other instead of at each other. Time: Tues, January 31 4:00-5:00 pm Venue: Communication Building 120  

WULIN HANYUN

The “Wulin Hanyun” Kungfu Troupe consists of Shaolin Kungfu and folk music performance by Kungfu masters from the Shaolin Martial Academy near the legendary Shaolin Temple. The Shaolin Martial Academy performed at both the opening and closing ceremonies of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, making itself a huge fame. The Confucius Institute is very delighted to […]

Peking Opera Demystified

Ghaffar Pourazar, an internationally renowned Peking Opera master will give you an insider view and share his secrets and wonders about Peking Opera, one of China’s most famous arts. The performer will talk, sing, act, dance and perform while giving you the information you need to understand the Opera’s traditions and origins. Come experience Chinese […]

Teaching Chinese Language in the U.S.: Challenges and Prospects

Chih-p’ing Chou

Professor of East Asian Studies, Princeton University

December 3rd, 2016

1:30-4:20pm

SMITH 205,

University of Washington, Seattle

讲座回顾世界第二次大战之后,美国汉语教学的发展与变革;分析过去30年来,汉语教学界在二语习得洋理论的冲击下,所面临的困境与脱困之道。

A Reflection on the Dilemma of modernizing education for the Yi Ethnic Minority People in Liangshan Autonomous Region in Sichuan, Southwest China

Prof. Aga Rehamo, Sichuan Normal University Friday, December 9, 12:00-13:00 HUB 340 The introduction of modern education into a society which in the past did not have a formal education system, coupled with the three forces of globalized capitalism, the modernization of the state and the development of nationality minorities, is a dynamic process which […]