Over the April school holidays the Confucius Institute along with our partners in Shandong held our annual trip for school principals and school leaders.
Over a 12 day program, school leaders from South Australia visited the cities of Shanghai, Weifang, Qingdao, Qufu, Jinan and Beijing, making important connections with several Chinese schools and participating in a […]
As part of the 39th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, the Confucius Institute will be co-sponsoring a public talk by renowned Chinese composer Gao Ping.
This free event will feature live piano performance and a fascinating talk on Gao Ping’s on musical journey.
CO-SPONSORED BY THE ADELAIDE CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE
PROFESSOR GAO PING
Composer-Pianist at the Conservatory of […]
On August 19 the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide hosted a China Briefing on “China’s Perspective on Australia.”
As the Australia-China relationship continues to strengthen and grow in economic importance, Australians often seek a deeper understanding of Chinese culture and the Chinese mindset. However, this China Briefing took a step back and explored China’s understanding […]
The University of Adelaide opened the Australia-China Transcultural Studies Centre (ACTS) Symposium on November 9 2014. ACTS is part of a joint initiative between the University of Adelaide and Beijing Foreign Studies University in answer to calls for deeper transcultural understanding between China and Australia. ACTS and its reciprocal centre in Beijing, The China-Australia Centre for Transcultural […]
On Monday 4 August 2014 the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide and the Australia-China Business Council (SA) hosted an informative public lecture with Dr Xueli Huang and Dr Warren Staple of RMIT University. Dr Huang and Dr Staples shared their paper’s objectives, including: promoting the best practices of community engagement by Chinese companies in Australia, enhancing […]