Chinese culture workshops are available to all schools interested in promoting a better understanding of China to their students.
Opera mask making
Conversation with native Chinese speakers
These workshops are available either at your school or as part of an excursion to the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide.
For more information please see […]
Chinese language courses (non-award), from beginner to more advanced classes, with Professional and Continuing Education (PCE)
The University of Adelaide’s Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) offers a range of non award Chinese language courses catering for the beginner to the more advanced learner. The Confucius Institute works closely with PCE to make available opportunities for Chinese language study in Adelaide.
Courses at PCE are open to everyone, and formal qualifications are not required. Classes are […]
1 pm, Friday November 18. Christian Brothers College, 214 Wakefield Street.
5.30pm – 7.30pm. 13 September.
Rumours Cafe, Union House.
Our culture and arts workshops are an opportunity for the students to learn and experience some of China’s traditional skills and crafts, while developing their Chinese language skills. All of our workshops will be taught by the Confucius Institute’s volunteer teachers. The workshops are normally held for about one hour and start with an introduction […]
The “Chinese Language Star” –Chinese writing competition for secondary schools and universities, which has been initiated by the Education Office of the Chinese Embassy in Australia and organized by the Confucius Institute at the University of Western Australia and the Confucius Institute at the University of Adelaide to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Hanyu […]
On June 24, the Confucius Institute hosted the “Chinese Bridge” Language Competition for foreign secondary school students.
The event was attended by nearly 200 people and the Confucius Institute was honoured to have the presence of The Hon Paul Holloway MLC, Ms Leesa Vlahos MP and Mr Zhang Jide, Second Secretary of the Chinese Embassy Canberra […]
June 24. National Wine Centre of Australia. Admission Free.
The Chinese Language Star Chinese writing competition has been organised by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Canberra to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Hanyu Qiao Chinese Bridge Chinese speaking competition.
There are two categories in this competition: 1) high school students (300 characters), and 2) university students and other Chinese language learners […]
The Confucius Institute Prize Night is held each year to congratulate outstanding students on their achievements learning Chinese at the University of Adelaide.
This year’s event, held on Friday 6 May, was attended by the prize winners, friends and family, academic staff and other students. The evening’s guest speaker was former student Maddalena Pilla, who spoke […]