Year of The Tiger – 2022 Chinese New Year Programme
Ink painting: Tigers | Artist: Jean Jing
This year the Chinese New Year, aka Spring Festival, falls on Tuesday 1st February, when the transition from Ox to Tiger takes place. We would like to take this opportunity to invite all our students, staff members, as well as members of the public, to join in our celebrations —
Happy and Healthy Year of the Tiger!
虎年快乐、安康 (Hǔ nián kuàilè ānkāng)!
As we have been continuously working hard to turn things around for a better future, we welcome mighty powers gathered by each and every one of you through the theme of Connectedness and Inclusion. The Chinese New Year is such an occasion we choose to celebrate cultural diversity, in which the Chinese community, together with the other ethnic groups, has done its best to embrace the challenges.
|Wed 26/01||13:00-14:00||CNY workshop – the paper tiger crafts||Closed|
|Mon 31/01||Year of The Tiger – ArtEast Exhibition|
|Wed 02/02||13:00-14:15||CNY launch event and guest talk||Closed|
|Thu 03/02||16:00-17:00||Around China in 80 days||Closed|
|Wed 09/02||13:00-14:00||Waste recycling research and collaboration with China||Closed|
|Wed 16/02||13:00-14:00||From the Irish Chekhov to the Chinese Friel – Translating Friel for Chinese performance||Closed|
|Wed 23/02||13:00-14:00||Teaching and learning in a private university in China – the case of Shanghai Sanda University||Closed|
We welcome proposals from a wide range of subjects with an interest in China-related topics.
|12:00-13:00||Confucius, Education, Myopia and China: How can Vision Drive Development?||Closed|
|Celebrating UN Chinese Language Day||Closed|
|14:00-15:00||Chinese Kung Fu Session 1||Closed|
|14:00-15:00||Chinese Kung Fu Session 2||Closed|
|Chinese and Irish Traditional Music – The Language of The Sound||Closed|
|14:00-15:00||Chinese Kung Fu Session 3||Closed|
|Celebrating Dragon Boat Festival||N/A|
|Chinese Kung Fu Session 4||Closed|
|A Taste of Chinese Tea with Guzheng Music||Closed|
|Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration at Queen’s||Check|
|World Teachers Day Forum – The making of a language teacher||Closed|
For more information on culture talks, please click Chinese Culture Programme. To express your interest and discuss your potential form(s) of contribution, feel free to contact us by filling the Comment box below.
To share with us your intercultural experience and perspectives of a broader range of themes and topic, please consider joining our Chinese Language Interest Group as contributors.