The CNY2021 celebration programme has reached its second height with a full programme of inviting talks prepared by scholars and research students from across a range of disciplines and diverse cultural backgrounds.
Following the Guest Talk delivered by Dr Frances Wood on 12th February, this week we have enjoyed two interesting talks delivered by Qingying Lin, Queen’s graduate and now an MRCI-AHSS China Media Digital Assistant, and Ye Tian, PhD candidate in Translation from School of Arts, English and Languages.
In the coming week (22nd – 26th February) we welcome you to attend a week-long programme of culture talks, featuring:
Meet our ArtEast artists and their paintings!
View the online ArtEast Exhibition
Join the panel discussion on 5th March
To book a place of the forthcoming talks and the ArtEast panel discussion, or to review the recorded talks, just click the button below.
Happy Niu 牛 Year! We have had a great launch of CNY2021 last Friday!
Thanks for many of you who joined in our CNY2021 celebration launch event last Friday. It was a great opportunity for us to get together in a different way to previous years, and it was great fun being with you! In particular, we would like to thank the volunteers who performed for us, and Dr Frances Wood who shared an interesting and inviting topic on Great Books of China. We hope you all have enjoyed it!
If you missed it, you can view the main parts of the programme via the following link.
At the launch we proudly introduced two exhibitions – the ArtEast Exhibition and Sir Robert Hart Exhibition, both of which are freely accessible online for your appreciation. The ArtEast exhibition will end with an online panel discussion on Friday 5th March. Your thoughts and comments are welcome and we look forward to seeing you in the panel discussion.
Our CNY Culture Forum 2021 will start from Tuesday 16th February until Friday 26th February, covering a wide range of topics shared by scholars and students from AHSS and EPS. You are mostly welcome to join in some sessions, if not all, to enrich conversations within our multicultural campus. We also welcome more people to contribute to the Chinese Culture Forum which remains an ongoing platform of sharing knowledge and enhancing intercultural communication. For full details and registration, click the button below.
With the start of the Year of the Ox fast approaching, we are planning to see the Chinese New Year slightly differently this year with a number of online talks and events in the coming weeks. You are welcome to attend all of these events, including the featured CNY Launch event with cultural performances and an invited talk on Great Books of China (Friday 12/02), as well as a series of online sessions in the coming weeks, covering a diverse selection of topics and a paper crafts workshop, and an art exhibition with panel discussion. For more information on the programme of events, click here: