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China Institute(NY)Feb Events
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China Institute(NY)Feb Events

十朝古都南京


China Institute(NY)Feb Events


(English summary:Nanjing, whose name means Southern Capital, is known as one of the four major ancient capitals in China together with Beijing, Xi'an and Luoyang. Dr. Luo Ling of the City University of New York, herself a Nanjing native and historian specializing in the study of the city, will discuss the rise and the fall of Nanjing during the ten dynasties and the underlying factors for Nanjing to be favored as a capital city for China.)


"江南佳麗地,金陵帝王州"。在悠悠五千年的華夏文明中,作爲"六朝古都""十代都會"的南京,曆經兩千多年的文化沈澱,積累了其獨特的人文和自然景觀。就讓我們隨著羅玲博士慢慢地翻開這幅滄桑興衰的曆史長卷,欣賞那一幅幅紛繁絢麗的自然和文化景觀圖畫。體會畫中人"鍾山抱金陵,霸氣昔騰發"的氣概和"金陵昔日何壯哉"的無奈。本講座從南京公元前6000年的原始居民談起直至1949年中華民國遷至台灣,縱橫八千年,講述有著"鍾靈毓秀""帝王之宅"美譽的南京城的變遷 和這座城市變遷後的那些鮮爲人知的故事。講座以地圖爲主線索,穿插各個時期的圖片,讓聽衆有身臨其境的不同感受。

講座免費。因座位有限,請預先訂位。網上訂位請訪 http://www.quia.com/sv/690435.html。關於講座的詳情,請訪 http://chineselectures.org/021515.html

  

Date:Sunday, February 15, 2015

Time:2:00-4:00 pm

China Institute(NY)Feb Events

 


 

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General Highlights:

Gallery
Mao's Golden Mangoes and the Cultural Revolution ~ Through April 26, 2015

Around half a century ago during the Cultural Revolution(1966 – 1976), China was in a political “mango-fever.” In 1968, after receiving a gift of mangoes from the visiting Pakistani foreign minister, Mao Zedong sent the fruit to the “Worker-Peasant Mao Zedong Thought Propaganda Teams.” It coincided with a turning point in the Cultural Revolution from student-leading to worker-peasant-leading. Mangoes, an unfamiliar fruit at that time in China, became a temporary political symbol of Chairman Mao’s benevolence and love for the people. Illustrations and photos of mangoes appeared in publications, paintings, posters and badges, as well as on everyday objects such as mirrors, quilt covers and enamelware. Wax mango models were displayed in glass boxes to express respect for Mao, along with circumstances of the gift printed in red on the cases. By showcasing over 80 mango-related objects, Mao’s Golden Mangoes and the Cultural Revolution explores the interaction of material culture and politics during this period. This exhibition is organized by the Museum Rietberg Zürich and is curated by Alfreda Murck and Alexandra von Przychowski. The China Institute Gallery showing of the exhibition has been expanded to include loans from the Collection of Judy Manton and from an Anonymous Private Collector. More...

Education
For PreK-12 Students:
Chinese for Children Afterschool Classes ~ Spring 2015

Learn Chinese in a fun and immersive environment! Registration for Spring 2015 classes is still open to both current and NEW students! We will be accepting registrations up to the 3rd week of class(February 13th). We are introducing new textbooks to further strengthen our curriculum and to help our students achieve high proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. 5% discount for siblings. To learn more or to register, please contact Valerie Ong at vong@chinainstitute.org or 212-744-8181, ext. 110. More...

Open House for Summer Study in China 2015 ~ February 7, 2015

On February 7th from 3-5pm, China Institute will be hosting an Open House for those interested in our Summer Study in China program. Summer Study in China gives high school students the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in Chinese language and culture in a vibrant, wide-ranging study abroad program. In addition to daily intensive language courses, cultural activities, and field trips, students live with host families, giving them an unbeatable window into the lives of local residents. More...

Children's Outreach Workshops

China Institute's We All Live in the Forbidden City program offers a series of children's workshops that can be brought to schools, museums, and libraries near you. Led by the program's experienced teachers, students will learn about Chinese culture through creative activities, interactive storytelling, animations, and group discussions. The first two workshops in the series teach children about the life and responsibilities of an emperor, and how nature was the inspiration behind the architecture of the Forbidden City. Please contact us if you are interested in bringing these workshops to your community. More...

For Adults:
Adult Chinese Language & Studio Classes
The Spring 2015 semester will start on April 13th, with registration opening on March 1st. China Institute offers a wide range of Chinese language classes for students at every proficiency level and with different expectations or goals.

We are pleased to announce the following NEW course offerings in Winter 2015:

We continue to offer our very popular FREE one-on-one tutoring sessions to registered students while group classes are in session. The tutoring office hours(45 minutes per segment)are available on Monday through Thursday from 10:30am-12:45pm and 5:30-7:45pm.

In addition to the Group Classes, adult learners can also purchase hours from the Private Tutoring Program. The Adult Private Tutoring Program has been designed to meet an individual's specific language needs. Every class can be customized to fulfill any language training goals, from beginner to advanced, across multiple work streams.

In the adult studio program, we continue to offer our long-standing and well-received art and culture courses, including Chinese calligraphy, brush painting and Taijiquan.

Short Course - A Course on the Uniqueness of Chinese(3-Sessions)~ Starts February 17, 2015

Given by lecturer Ben Wang, this course will explore the musicality of the language and the artistic and ingenious features of the written characters as living images of the Chinese culture. An in-depth understanding of Chinese written characters, their sounds, and the tonal system enables one to grasp the structure of the Chinese language. More...

For Educators:
Plan for Better Teaching:A Pedagogy Short Course ~ Starts March 8, 2015

"Plan for Better Teaching"(PBT)is a short course designed for in-service Chinese language teachers to learn best practices in the standards-based classroom. Participants will learn key concepts and examine issues related to curriculum development, instruction, and assessment. By engaging in a lesson-plan development project, participants will have the opportunity to:implement lesson plans in their own classrooms and individually discuss their work with Dr. Wei-Ling Wu during mentoring sessions. More...

Programs & Events
Literati Painting:A Genre Unique to Chinese Culture ~ March 17, 2015

Blending poetry, calligraphy and painting, Chinese literati painting glows as an enchanted garden of art. In this lecture and performance, two masters of the form will be introduced:Qi Baishi(1864-1957), whose art proclaims the triumph of the romantic over the commonplace, and Pu Ru(1896-1963), whose works transport viewers to a realm of bliss. More...

Members' Events
Young Associates Lunar New Year Soirée ~ February 28, 2015

The Young Associates invite you to celebrate Chinese New Year, the Year of the Sheep, at The Golden Unicorn Banquet Hall on Saturday, February 28, 2015. The evening will begin with an open-bar cocktail hour where you will meet a diverse group of young philanthropic professionals from the New York Tri-State Area. A formal and traditional Chinese dinner will follow, featuring six symbolic dishes to wish our guests a prosperous and fruitful 2015. The evening will showcase a plethora of live performances and a Chinese art auction. We will conclude our festivities with a live music performance and dance party hosted by special guest DJ Hiyawatha. This is a celebration you won't want to miss! More...

Renwen Society
Lecture:Nanjing:Capital City for Ten Dynasties in China ~ February 15, 2015

Nanjing, which means Southern Capital, is known as one of the four major ancient capitals in China together with Beijing, Xi'an and Luoyang. Dr. Luo Ling of the City University of New York, herself a Nanjing native and historian specializing in the study of the city, will discuss the rise and the fall of Nanjing during ten dynasties and the underlying factors for Nanjing to be favored as a capital city for China. More...

Performance:Chinese New Year Celebration at Pace University ~ February 22, 2015

The Renwen Society is co-sponsoring a music and dance performance in celebration of the Year of the Sheep at Pace University. Free to the public with RSVP required. More...

Performance:The Legend of Mulan ~ March 5-8, 2015

For the first time outside of China, the Hong Kong Dance Company brings to the stage an inspiring re-telling of the household folktale of love, peace and virtue in a dance drama, "The Legend of Mulan." The spectacular production is presented by The China Arts & Entertainment Group and will be performed at the David H. Koch Theater(Lincoln Center)March 5 - 8, 2015. The Renwen Society supports the performance. Renwen members, including China Institute members, and their friends receive 30% discount on their ticket purchase. Please use the code Renwen when buying your tickets. More...


 

China Institute(NY)Feb Events
China Institute(NY)Feb Events

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