Fortnightly Roundup May 14
Welcome back to our Fortnightly Roundup. Our team have worked hard over the last few weeks...
Last chance to register for next weeks programs
For all who celebrate, we hope you had a fantastic Easter break, and Qingming Festival, both of which fell on April 4 this year. This weeks image above is of food commonly eaten during the Qingming Festival called Qingtuan 青团 .
We would also like to remind you that next week...
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Fortnightly Roundup 12 March 2021
Welcome to our Fortnightly Roundup. Chinese Conversation Corner is now in its second week. In last Friday's class, we celebrated International Women's Day by sharing the story of Zhang Guimei, a woman who dedicated her life to helping educate girls from lower socio-economic families, with the hope that education can lift them out of poverty...
Happy Lantern Festival!
Happy Lantern Festival to all our subscribers. Today is the 15th day on the Lunar calendar and it holds a special meaning for Chinese families...
The Lunar New Year celebrations continue Saturday
The Lunar New Year celebrations continue this Saturday with the annual Chinatown street party on Gouger Street from 11:30 am - 9:30 pm. We will have a stall featuring calligraphy and a quiz where participants can win prizes for correctly answering questions. There will also be other activities, delicious food and entertainment. There is something for the whole family so be sure to come along and immerse yourself in the cultural festivities.
A reminder also our Children's Chinese Poetry Class and Chinese Conversation Corner will resume shortly. Further information on these two programs can be found below
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Happy Lunar New Year 2021
We would firstly like to wish all those who are celebrating the Lunar New Year a happy, safe and prosperous year of the Ox...
Check out these exciting events for Lunar New Year, as well as some fantastic new programs
Welcome to a new year and the first Friday Roundup of 2021! We hope you all had a fantastic holiday break and are keeping safe and well.
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Last Friday Roundup for 2020, wishing you all a lovely holiday break
Welcome to the last Friday Roundup for 2020. Thank you to everyone who has supported us throughout the year, either by attending our events, engaging in our online content, or even by simply reading this newsletter each week...
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Welcome to December and the 2nd to last Friday Roundup for the year
Welcome to the first Friday Roundup of December, and the second to last Roundup of the year. Thank you to everyone who registered for our public webinar. Unfortunately, we had to postpone this event, but keep an eye out for a new date which will be announced early next year. A reminder that the university will be closed from the 18th of December, reopening on the 11th of January. If you have any queries please contact us before then.
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Don't Miss out! Registrations closing soon for the public webinar Dec 1.
Welcome to this week's Friday Roundup, the last one for November! This year, despite its many challenges and obstacles, has still flown by just as quickly. The relationship between Australia and China has also faced its own challenges, and if you are an entrepreneur or run a business which deals with China, or is looking to expand its market into China, be sure to register for our public webinar, presented together with The Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide and the Australia China Youth Association Adelaide. China Strategist, Leonie McKeon, and Senior Lecturer in Chinese Studies, Dr Gerry Groot, will discuss the opportunities and best approaches for businesses and entrepreneurs to enter the China market post-COVID. Further information inside...
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