Culture&Language Activities for Language Students
- Chinese Language Conversation Group
Chinese Language Conversation Group
Talk to Native Speakers, Improve Your Mandarin
In 2010, the Adelaide University Chinese Culture Club established a weekly Chinese Conversation Group.
The group pairs a native Chinese (Mandarin) speaker with a student studying Chinese at the University of Adelaide. For the last four years, topics included: sports, hobbies, music, shopping, Chinese festivals and renting an apartment. The conversation group will continue throughout 2016 giving participants further insight into daily Chinese life and culture.
Time & Venue (University Term One of 2016)
Time: 3-4 p.m. Mondays, starting from March 7.
Venue: Confucius Institute meeting room (Starting from the first week of March, more information coming)
(Level 4, Wills Building, the University of Adelaide)
There will be three activities in this session:
- Chinese Language Practice.
- Experience Chinese Cultural Elements
- Experience Chinese Games (Chinese chess, Mahjong etc.)
For more information or enrol as a volunteer, please contact:
Mr Junwei Fan
Tel: 08 8313 1143
- Australia-China Youth Association
As a university club, Australia China Youth Association (ACYA) is social and educational resource for students into the Chinese and Australian culture. Their goal is to improve the connection between the Chinese students and the other students without a Chinese background by bringing them together and spreading both Chinese and Australian cultures into their daily university days. This will made their university studies more interesting and will also help bring them together. Welcome anyone who is interested in Chinese culture and Australian culture.
Facebook: Australia-China Youth Association (ACYA)@AUdel
- Chinese Singing Contest
Chinese Singing Contest
So exams have come to a close and the holidays are in sight, what better way to end the year than with Adelaide's inaugural "Chinese Singing Contest!"
Hosted by the Education office of the Chinese Embassy, the Confucius Institute of Adelaide and the Australia China Youth Association, this is your chance to show off your best Chinese performance!
There will be two categories, one for Chinese Native speakers and another for Second language speakers. The top ten entries from each category will get to perform in Scott Theatre in front of the judges and there will be prizes for the winners and runner ups for each category.
Date: 27th November
Time: 3pm - 5pm
Where: Scott Theatre, University of Adelaide, Adelaide.
Submission: If you would like to compete, please shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 26th of November.
In order to submit your application, please fill out the following
Do you have a backing track:
Do you acknowledge that this event will be recorded and that you will have to sign a photo release form:
For those of you who don’t’ want to compete, you are invited to come and observe and cheer on your friends! Just email us at email@example.com and let us know if you would like to come as audience. Snacks and soft drinks will be provided.