Children's school holiday workshops are on again

zongzi dumpling photo

Fortnightly Roundup

Welcome to our Fortnightly Roundup. Last Wednesday, nearly 50 students from Christian Brothers College and Pulteney Grammar came to the University to take part in three of our cultural workshops. One of the workshops was on Chinese dragon boat handcraft in celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival in China which was celebrated on June 14 this year. During this festival, many Chinese people celebrate by eating Zongzi/sticky rice dumplings (as shown in this week's image above), and by holding dragon boat races. 

These July school holidays we will again be holding two free workshops. The two workshops on offer are mask painting and traditional Chinese painting. More information can be found below. 


School Holiday Workshops with the Children's University 
July 5th & 8th, 10:30 am - 11:30 am

These July school holidays, we will be hosting two FREE school holiday workshops with CUA. The workshops are designed for children aged 7-12 years old, in a class size of 10-30 students. This is a great opportunity to be introduced to a broad overview of traditional mask painting and traditional Chinese painting in an encouraging and fun atmosphere.

For further information, click here. To register, click here

Chinese Language Courses by PACE
September - November 2021

Professional and Continuing Education, knowns as PACE,  have reintroduced their short-term language courses again after a halt to the programs in 2020. The two courses offered are Introduction to Chinese and Chinese First Year Intensive. The courses will run from September to November. There are discounts available for university staff, students or alumni. If you are interested to learn more about their programs follow the link here website. 


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