11/07/2013 Chinese Culture Club: Making dumplings
Chinese Culture Club: Make and Eat Dumplings!
When: 11-7, Thursday X-period 1:40-2:30pm
Where: 324 Western Ave. (Don't know the place? Come to Torreyson West 301 and get a mini map)
11/02/2013 Adventure in Chinese Culture: Chinese FOOD!
We will make and eat dumplings!
When: 2 p.m. Nov. 2, Saturday
Where: Faulkner County Library
The activity is free but limited to 30 people, and sign-up is required.
For more information or to register, call (501) 327-7482, email email@example.com.
10/26/2013 Adventure in Chinese Culture: Chinese Handcraft
10/24/2013 Chinese Culture Club: Chinese Handcraft
When: 10-24, Thursday X-period 1:40-2:30pm
Where: Torreyson West 318
- make Chinese knots
- do Chinese paper-cutting
10/10/2013 Chinese Culture Club: Chinese Games
When: 10-10, Thursday X-period 1:40-2:30pm
Where: UCA Football Practice Field
- flyer kits
- play skip rope
- and kick shuttlecock
10/12/2013 "Adventure in Chinese Culture" Lecture Series 1st: Chinese Tea Culture
UCA Confucius Institute and the Faulkner County Library will offer Adventures in Chinese Culture at 2 p.m. Oct. 12. Participants will learn the traditional Chinese tea ceremony. The class is free but limited to 30 people, and sign-up is required.
Also, a class on Chinese paper and knot crafts will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 26.
A third class, on making Chinese dumplings, will be held at 2 p.m. Nov. 16.
For more information or to register for classes, call (501) 327-7482, email firstname.lastname@example.org
9/26/2013 Chinese Club
9/22/2013 Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration Gala
Chinese music & dance; Games; Moon cakes!
9/22 Sunday 6:30pm
Ida Waldran Auditorium, Old Main, UCA
9/12/2013 Chinese Club
Thursday 9/12, X-period 1:40-2:30 pm
Torreyson West 310
9/9/2013 Chinese Table starts next Monday (9/9) 5:30pm, Cafeteria !
- Learn Chinese at UCA? Come and practice with native speakers!
- Wanna pick up some simple phrases in Chinese? Welcome!
8/26/2013 Chinese Culture Fair
The Confucius Institute at UCA presents:
Chinese Culture Fair
When — 26, Aug. (Monday) 10:00am ~ 4:00pm
Where — the block area in front of Short&Denney Hall
What you can do —
1. Get information of various Chinese programs and activities at UCA;
2. Have your name written in Chinese calligraphy;
3. Play traditional Chinese games;
4. Get a bite of Chinese food;
And many more for you to discover!
Chinese Art Performance Presented by Nanchang University Art Troupe
An artistic feast: Chinese folk songs, dances, dramas, music and more.. You won't want to miss.
Time: 7:00 pm April 17th, Wednesday, 2013,
Venue: Ida Waldran Auditorium, UCA
Public Lecture by Professor Chung-ying Cheng
A senior member of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Hawai‘i since 1963, Professor Cheng has become an internationally well-known scholar-philosopher in Chinese philosophy and comparative philosophy. With a broad and deep background in the traditions of classical Chinese philosophy and Neo-Confucianism, he received his doctorate from Harvard University in the field of analytical philosophy and logic. He has lectured worldwide, and has received numerous honorary titles as honorary professor and university fellow. He is the founding president of the International Society of Chinese philosophy, and executive editor of the Journal of Chinese Philosophy. Professor Cheng has authored and edited 21 books and over 250 articles in Western, Chinese, and comparative philosophy.
Time: April 1st, 2013, 7:00 pm
Venue: UCA College of Business Auditorium
Humanities and World Cultures Institute, UCA College of Liberal Arts
UCA Confucius Institute
UCA Department of Philosophy and Religion
Lecture on Chinese Contemporary Dance
Speaker: Ms. Nai-Ni Chen,
Artistic Director of the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company
Time: 1:30 PM
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Place: Torreyson West 320
The lecture is open to the public.
Live Performance ---Temptation of the Muses
Presented by the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company and The Ahn Trio
March 7, 2013
Reynolds Performance Hall
Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration
September 28, 2012
McCastlain Hall Ballroom
Sample traditional Moon Cakes and enjoy performances
by the UCA student population.
Open to Conway Community.
Admission is free.
Opportunities to win door prizes!