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China Institute(NY)General Highlights(November 2012)
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China Institute(NY)General Highlights(November 2012) 

General Highlights:

Education
Multidisciplinary Workshop:What Is Dao, After All ~ November 13, 2012
Please join us for a workshop by Professor PAN Wenguo to explore the true meaning of Dao by re-studying the first stanza of Dao De Jing, a Daoist foundational classic composed more than two thousand years ago that reputedly has been translated into English more often than any other piece of world literature. More...

LEARN CHINESE in 2013 Contest ~ Deadline November 26, 2012
Enter for a chance to win a free language or studio class, workshop, and membership! Learn more on our Facebook page! More...

Summer Study in China Open House ~ December 1, 2012
Do you know a high school student who wants to travel to China? Want to learn more about China Institute and its overseas programs for students? The Institute’s Summer Study in China(SSC)program cordially invites prospective applicants and their families to join SSC administrators and past participants for an evening of refreshments and conversation. Program leaders will briefly introduce summer 2013’s anticipated offerings and, along with a number of former students, remain on hand throughout the evening to take questions. More...

Adult Language & Studio Group Classes ~ Winter 2013
Classes for all levels and interest start the week of January 7. Early registration will open November 16. Register by November 30 to receive a $25 DISCOUNT off tuition! More...

Arts and Culture
Watch China Institute on HISTORY® Channel’s epic series Mankind:The Story of All of Us™ ~ Premiering globally on November 13, 2012 at 9pm
Dr. Agnes Hsu is among a select team of academics, public figures, writers, adventurers, inventors, and notables to weave together the story of mankind from the Big Bang to the present day. Narrated by Oscar® nominee Josh Brolin, this groundbreaking 12-hour epic series is an expansive follow-up to the Emmy® award winning America:The History of Us. The new series will have a global premiere with different versions made for individual local markets, a first for HISTORY Channel®, which reaches more than 300 million homes worldwide, including China. Click here for a sneak peek. For more information on this program and other related programs, please visit our website.

Short Course - Windows to a Culture:The Fascinating Chinese Proverbs III ~ Begins November 13, 2012
Rich and colorful, the Chinese language blends music and painting:a language nonpareil in its unique visceral quality. This five-session course, held in English, will cover some of the most poignant and evocative among the thousands of Chinese proverbs. Previous knowledge of Chinese is not required. More...

Sinomathèque:Film Screening & Discussion with the Director - The Man Nobody Knew:In Search of my Father CIA Spymaster William Colby ~ November 16, 2012
The Man Nobody Knew uncovers the hidden life of legendary CIA spymaster William Colby. The consummate American soldier-spy, Colby took on the government’s dirtiest assignments without question – until the day he defied presidential orders and revealed to Congress the CIA’s “family jewels” – their deepest, darkest secrets. More...

RESCHEDULED! Sinomathèque:The Beginning - New York City Premiere ~ November 30, 2012
The film, produced by NeochaEDGE, features in-depth profiles of 10 leading-edge Chinese animators/animation studios together with a sampling of work spanning a wide variety of styles and themes. It provides an authentic voice to one of the most promising sectors of the Chinese creative industry. More...

Renwen Society
Renwen Lecture:Chinese Culture as Shaped by the Chinese Language ~ November 11, 2012
The Renwen Society at China Institute presents a lecture by Professor Pan Wenguo of East China Normal University in Shanghai on Chinese Culture and the Chinese Language. Professor Pan’s central theme is that many aspects of Chinese culture are in fact shaped by the Chinese language and its script, without which, the Chinese culture may have very well been a different one. Professor Pan will specifically discuss 5 aspects of the Chinese culture from a linguistic perspective:1)polysemy in the academic culture; 2)brevity in political culture; 3)rhyming in the pedagogical culture; 4)homonym in folklore; and 5)fun in language games. Advance registration required. More...

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