2022 CLTAV PD: VCE Chinese First Language New Study Design Panel Discussion

2022 CLTAV PD: VCE Chinese First Language New Study Design Panel Discussion

Since the publication of the new study design and in particular the specifications of the external oral and written examinations for Chinese First Language last December, an increasing number of teachers require CLTAV to run some workshops on these new changes of the study design and external examinations.   CLTAV has decided to initiate a panel discussion workshop on 18th February.  Each member or teacher is warmly invited to the free event by Zoom.

Date: 18 February, Friday

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Registration: Click here.

The Year of Tiger Calligraphy & Painting Workshop (1) 虎年写虎

The Year of Tiger Calligraphy & Painting Workshop (1) 虎年写虎

 

The Confucius Institute at the University of Melbourne welcomes you to join us in celebrating the 2022 Lunar New Year, the Year of the Tiger. A series of calligraphy and Chinese painting workshops will be run in 2022. Learn how to write the Chinese character 虎 (tiger) and how to paint a tiger on rice paper with our calligraphy and painting master Mr Xu. No previous knowledge of calligraphy or painting is necessary.

 

Only 15 places are available for these face-to-face cultural workshops.

 

Cultural Workshop 1:

Chinese Calligraphy: Writing the Character 虎 (tiger)

虎年写虎

Date: 24 March, Thursday

Time: 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Venue: to be announced

Registration: Click here.

 

The second workshop Chinese Painting 虎年画虎 will be run in June.

 

This event will be run face-to-face. According to the University's guidance, to attend campus, students, staff, visitors, and contractors need to meet the University’s vaccination requirement (i.e. provide proof of full vaccination status or a valid exemption).

Understanding 24 Soler Terms and Chinese Poetry in the 2022 Winter Olympic Countdown

Understanding 24 Soler Terms and Chinese Poetry in the 2022 Winter Olympic Countdown

 

The 24 Soler Terms of the traditional Chinese calendar was used as the countdown for the Opening Ceremony of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games. A line from a Chinese ancient poem is presented with each Soler Term. Join Dr Hu in the first Literature Circle in 2022 and learn more about the Chinese literature.

 

Topic:

Understanding 24 Soler Terms and Chinese Poetry in the 2022 Winter Olympic Countdown

冬奥倒计时:二十四节气与中国古诗

 

Date: Friday 25 Feb, 2022

Time: 1-2pm

Delivery Mode: Face to Face and Zoom

Registration: Click here.

 

This event will be run face-to-face and via zoom. According to the University's guidance, to attend campus, students, staff, visitors, and contractors need to meet the University’s vaccination requirement (i.e. provide proof of full vaccination status or a valid exemption).

2022 Chinese New Year Celebration

CI welcomes you to join us in celebrating the 2022 Chinese New Year via ZOOM on Friday 4th February. Please see more details on the attached flyer.

Date: Friday 4th February 2022

Time: 6pm to 7pm

Fee: Free

Registration: Please click here to register

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2022 Scholarship and Fellowship Information

The guides for the 2022 International Chinese Language Teacher Scholarship and  the China Studies Program Fellowship are now available. Click scholarship links for details. For further information, please contact Ms Julia Gong at jgong@unimelb.edu.au.