Community and Religion in Rural North China: Searching for a New Paradigm
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, May 3-5, 2013. See program for details.
Sponsored by Confucius Institute at Rutgers University
Dear CIRU Friends,
We have now officially stopped receiving anymore applications for the 2013 summer camp trip to China. All applications are currently under review, and we will work as quickly as possible to let everybody know whether they got accepted or not.
Thank you for your patience!
The interdiscinplinary Program in Chinese studies at Rutgers is pleased to present:
'Sparrow on a Pine Branch': Contemporary American Poems in Traditional Chinese Forms
with: Professor Eugene Eoyang
Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature &
East Asian Languages and Cultures, Indiana University
Thursday April 11, 2013, 4:30pm
Room A, B & C, Rutgers Brower Commons (2nd floor)
145 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ
For additional information, see flyer.
Stay posted for the:
"Science and Technology in Contemporary China:
Advancements and Challenges in the Era of Globalization"
March 28, 2013. See flyer for details.
Conversational Chinese 1A
Conversational Chinese 2B
The Third Annual CIRU Chinese Language Competition will be held on Saturday, April 6, 2013 at Rutgers University.
The following schools will participate in this competition:
Bergen County Academies School
Bergen County Technical School
Hunterdon Central Regional High School
Linden High School
Ridgewood High school
Verona High School
Woodbridge High School
CIRU Distinguished Lecture Series
China At Another Crossroads: 1947 and 2012
On Tuesday, February 26 at 4:30 pm, Professor Joseph W. Esherick will talk about what we can learn about the past and the present from field work and oral histories in China today. This lecture will be held in Lecture Hall 403 in Alexander Library
See attached flyer for more details
Conversational Chinese Classes
2012 Fall Session CIRU Chinese Classes
Conversational Chinese I A
This 8-week course is an introduction to Mandarin Chinese for speakers of English with no knowledge of the language. Focus is on developing students' speaking and listening abilities to handle most common situations in daily life in China. Based on the needs of the students, the instructor will also teach Chinese writing. This course is suited for anyone who plans to visit China, exploring the Chinese market, or simply likes to expand one's intellectual horizon by learning a fascinating language as Chinese. This class meets twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm starting on September 5, 2012, at 24 College Avenue, New Brunswick.
Conversational Chinese IB
This 8-week course is a continuation of Conversational Chinese IA. Focus is on enhancing students' listening and speaking abilities to engage in daily conversations and express their needs with some fluency. Through guided conversation exercises students will also be introduced to Chinese culture and traditions. Completion of this course will
enable students to function in a Chinese environment. This class meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:00 pm starting on September 4, 2012, at 24 College Avenue, New Brunswick.
Prerequisite: Conversational Chinese 1A or equivalent
For details, please clickflyer.
Chinese Language Classes: Focus on Business
- Small Evening Classes
- Experienced CSL instructors
- Convenient College Avenue Location
Business Chinese I
This 8-week course is intended for business professionals with no prior knowledge of Chinese. By completing this course, students will have learned Chinese phonetics, basic Chinese grammar, over 100 commonly used sentence patterns, about 600 words and 250 Chinese characters. This course will help get the basic Chinese knowledge and skills and some communicative ability appropriate to Chinese environment.
The class meets twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm starting on Oct. 1, 2012, at 24 College Avenue, New Brunswick.
Business Chinese II
The 8-week course is designed for business professionals who have completed Basic Chinese I or equivalent. This course aims at developing the students’ speaking and listening abilities, especially communicative ability appropriate to Chinese environment and the competence of cross-cultural communication in the context of economic and cooperative interchange. By completing this course, students will have learned Chinese phonetics, basic Chinese grammar, over 200 commonly used sentence patterns, about 1200 words and 500 Chinese characters.
The class meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm starting on Oct. 2, 2012, at 24 College Avenue, New Brunswick.
Visit http://ce-catalog.rutgers.edu/search.cfm to register