Dr Andreas Guder based in Freie Universität, Berlin where he is the Head of Chinese Language Study, is making a short visit to Edinburgh. Andreas also holds the post of Chairman of the Association of Chinese Teachers in German Speaking Countries (FaCh).
His talk is entitled “Chinese as a Foreign Language in Germany: Institutions, Activities and ... Read more
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David Shambaugh is Professor of Political Science & International Affairs and founding Director of the China Policy Program in the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University. His talk “China at the Crossroads? Major Reform Challenges” which is part of the Confucius Institute for Scotland’s 2015 Distinguished Lecture Series, will take place on ... Read more
Discover more about China through our “browse & borrow” programme.
From the classic literary masterpiece “A Dream of Red Mansions” to contemporary work by authors such as Nobel prize winner MO Yan or contemporary author YAN Geling our library holds a wide range of dual language novels, as well as non-fiction books on arts, architecture, ... Read more
Students of the Confucius Institute for Scotland who either hold a degree or who are in Higher Education are eligible to apply for a sponsored space on this year’s four week Shanghai Summer School running from 14 July – 11 Aug 2019. It is recommended that applicants should hold an HSK exam certificate though this is not ... Read more
An exploratory meeting bringing together teachers and lecturers in Chinese from Scotland’s local authorities, independent and community schools, colleges and universities will take place on Tues 26 March from 1pm-3.30pm latest.
The aims of the club are simple:
To enable Teachers of Chinese to share and develop practice, both teaching methods and specifically those concerning the ... Read more
Searching for the ideal gift to take to your partners in China? The Institute can offer a specially produced edition of “Selected Poems by Robert Burns”. This volume is a collation of the earliest and finest Chinese translations of Robert Burns’ poems published in the 1920’s.
Beautifully bound, the selection of 11 poems in both Chinese ... Read more
The first distinguished scholar in our 2015 lecture series on China will be Prof David Der-wei Wang, Professor of Chinese Literature at Harvard University.
As the Edward C. Henderson Professor in Chinese Literature, David holds a joint appointment in Comparative Literature. He is Director of CCK Foundation Inter-University Center for Sinological Studies, and Academician, Academia Sinica. ... Read more