Category: Teachers Newsletter
Co-organized by (SPAFFC) Shanghai People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and Shanghai Youth Federation, the 10-day (July 12 to July 21, 2016) camp is a good opportunity for school students to have a taste of China with colleagues from other parts of the world.
Previous experiences and itinerary can be found here.
More information about this year’s […]
Have you met the newest member of the Confucius Institute team?
Councillor Priscilla Corbell is an elected member for the South Ward of the City of Adelaide. Cllr. Corbell has over seven years’ experience as a Teacher of Chinese and Humanities in Primary and Secondary education at Public and Independent schools in Adelaide. Priscilla studied Chinese […]
The 8th annual Hanyu Qiao competition was held on June 18-19 2015 at the University of Adelaide.
Hosted by the Confucius Institute with support from Hanban, the Chinese Embassy in Australia and the Hong Kong Australia Business Association (SA) the event was well-attended by school teaches, students, parents, and VIPS The Honourable Zoe Bettison MP, Mr Ma Linlan […]
The Confucius Institute was pleased to welcome Professor Pan Wenguo from East China Normal University for a discussion on education and Confucianism on December 3, 2013.
Chaired by Dr Delia Lin, Lecturer of Centre for Asian Studies, University of Adelaide and attended by over 50 people including a number of local scholars, school principals and students, Professor […]
The School of Languages teaches 25 languages including Chinese to more than 1100 students from over 140 schools and colleges across the state that cannot study their language of choice at their own school.
On 26th November, Chinese Co-director Dr. Yang Guang attended the Celebration of Achievement Awards 2013 organized by School of Languages, and presented […]
In association with World Vision Australia, Sameway Magazine and the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide, are pleased to present Mary Cheung’s photography exhibition ‘Inspire’
Focussing on seeing the struggles of children in poverty in a whole new light, the Inspire photography exhibition shall be held on Monday, September 30, 2-3:30pm at the Ira Raymond […]
The Chinese Language Teachers Association SA held their Annual Conference at the University of Adelaide on August 17.
Over 50 teachers from primary, secondary, government and non-government schools attended the 2013 CLTA SA conference. As well as hosting the AGM, the whole day program included a number of professional development and best practices workshops focusing on […]
On June 13-14, the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide hosted the regional Preliminary Finals for 6th annual China Bridge (汉语桥) competition. “My Chinese Dream” was the theme for the 2013 competition and the finals featured 19 contestants from secondary schools throughout ACT, NT, SA and WA.
Sponsored by the China Embassy in Canberra with […]
Happy Chinese New Year from the Confucius Institute! We wish you all the best for the upcoming Year of the Snake, and hope that it is filled with success and happiness.
For the Confucius Institute, 2013 is going to be another busy year. We will again be presenting a range of great programs for teachers and […]