Guest Lecturer Lanyan Chen from Nipissing University, Canada will talk on the topic of Gender Statistics and Local Governance in China on Tuesday 24th May at 5.30pm.
Gender statistics provide an essential tool to mainstream gender equality in policymaking through the recognition of gender differences in all fields of life. It is a legacy of feminist ... Read more
Xu Xing: History, Memory & Legacy
Tracing Vestiges of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)
This year our second programme of truly remarkable cutting-edge, independent, documentary filmmaking from China including screenings of films rarely shown & with the opportunity for discussions with the director features the award winning novelist and film maker Xu Xing.
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“The Beginnings of Writing in China:
Managing Livestock and Anxiety”
The National Museum of Scotland holds the largest collection of inscribed ancient Chinese oracle bones (1800 fragments from c.1300 BCE) in Europe (the second biggest outside of Asia), donated by two Scottish missionaries in 1909. A three day academic conference will take place in the University of Edinburgh ... Read more
Getting the Terms Straight: Politics, State & Law in the Discourse of Chinese ‘Legalism’
‘Legalism’ is a stepchild of Chinese tradition. Long neglected by Chinese and Western scholars alike, it has until today not been properly understood. The burden of traditional terminology especially seems to have weighted down sinological scholarship and blocked inter-disciplinary approaches to the ... Read more
Shanghai’s Fudan University’s School of Economics is offer a two week credit bearing summer camp on Chinese Economy and Society. Designed for students who wish to acquire comprehensive knowledge of China in the fields of economy, business and society the course comprises thirty-two 90 minute lectures delivered by top scholars from Fudan University, Shanghai Jiao-tong ... Read more
Join one of our friendly classes this Spring term with our excellent teachers from Fudan University in Shanghai. With up to 20 different levels of language courses running Monday to Thursday evenings from 6pm till 8pm there should be a class to suit you. Beginner level classes run each evening so book now to start ... Read more
Registration is now open for the Decemer HSK Exam Diet. The registration deadline for the online exam is Thursday 2 November. The online exam has a later deadline of Thursday 16 Nov 2016.
We recommend that only candidates who are proficient in using a keyboard to input characters should apply for the online exam.
For more information on the HSK ... Read more
Take the chance to try your hand at the ancient Chinese arts of calligraphy and brush painting in a short five week/10 hour course taught by the Institute’s well known calligraphy teacher Chi Zhang.
Running every Tuesday evening from 10 May till 7 June this short course, focusing on Chinese characters, will introduce common techniques related to Chinese ... Read more