24/04/2020 Friday Roundup

Country village in China

As we settle into a new working rhythm here at the Confucius Institute, we hope things are getting a little easier for you as you adjust to spending more time at home. Check out our upcoming online events and ongoing programs below. We have also created a new page on our website where you can view all our online programs at any time.

UN Chinese Language Day

To celebrate UN Chinese Language Day we have 3 special events on offer. 


Live Online Taichi Lesson

April 30th 10:00am

We welcome you all to join us for a live online Taichi lesson via Zoom. For further information click here.


China Ready Webinar

May 7th 4:00pm

Together with ACYA we will be hosting a live webinar. The webinar will feature several guest speakers discussing the relevant aspects of Chinese language, culture, business and study opportunities for those with a keen interest in China. For further information and to register click here.



Children's University Activities

April School Holidays

As part of the Children's University Australasia program, we have 2 activities on offer during these school holidays.

Chinese New Year Crossword
Make your own Charizard Dragon

For further information about other online activities with CUA click here. To learn more about the CUA program click here


Ongoing Programs
NEW - Cultural Workshops

Tie-Dye (扎染) Demonstration Video

We have just released our first cultural workshop video. Learn how to 扎染 or Tie-Dye your own shirt at home! Click here to watch the video.


Nihao (你好) Mate! 

To view last weeks episode on youtube click here

Chinese Conversation Corner

Tuesdays & Fridays 4:00-5:00 pm

For further information click here. To register please email us.


HSK Preparation Class

For further information and class timetables click here. To register click here


Private Tuition

To find out more email us. 


Covid-19 Updates

The University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and our response is being shaped by the latest advice from Australian health and foreign affairs authorities. For further information visit the University's designated page here.

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