Taiwan Summer Travel Course: CHIN 101A, 102A, 201A, 301A, 399A: Chinese, Culture and Society
July 8-28, 2018. Apply by March 27, 2018 on the Global Gateway.
For additional information, contact: Professor I-Ting Chao email@example.com Roosevelt Hall # 261
Take Mandarin and culture courses including Chinese calligraphy, Chinese lanterns, Chop Engraving, Sun Cake Making, Chinese Kung Fu, and more! All students are paired with a local buddy from Feng Chia University. Participate in excursions around Taipei, National Palace Museum, Wanhua Longshan Temple, DaKeng Hiking Trails, Taichung Art Museum Parkway, Feng Chia night market, and more!
Watch this video below made by a student on the Taiwan Travel Course in Summer 2017:
Taiwanese Cultural Fair: Thursday, April 12, 2018 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Attallah Piazza.Experience authentic Taiwanese food, play games and enjoy cultural performances
Taiwan and the World Conference: Wednesday, April 18, 9:30-5:30 p.m., BK404. Panel topics include: Taiwan and the United States, Cross-Strait Relations between China and Taiwan, and Taiwan and Business. Drop in any time.
Taiwanese Dance Performance: Tuesday, May 22, 6-9 p.m., Memorial Hall. Celebrate Taiwanese American Heritage Week of Orange County with the Da-Guan Dance Theater from the National Taiwan University of Arts. Free!
In celebrating over one hundred years of tradition, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles presented the 119th Annual Golden Dragon Parade. With over thousands of individuals lining the parade route and thousands viewing the telecast each year, this colorful celebration along North Broadway in Chinatown, Los Angeles has become the premiere cultural event in the Southern California Asian-American Community.
The Da-Guan Dance Theater from the from the National Taiwan University of Arts presented "Splendor of Taiwan," on Tuesday, May 16, 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall Auditorium. Attendees were treated to a celebration of Taiwanese Heritage Week through cultural performances. This event was co-sponsored by the Department of Dance and Department of World Languages.
The Chapman community discovered the culture, beauty and folk customs of Taiwan through the unique photo exhibition, Enchanting Taiwan.
Individuals gained a deeper understanding of Taiwan nature and culture through photography. These 30 pieces are from Taiwan's top photographers, bringing the viewer closer to a unique perspective of Taiwan. Viewers saw a new perspective on the scenery, folk customs, and cultural diversity of this magnificent landscape.
At the start of this exhibit, the Center for Global Education, Leatherby Libraries, Taiwan Academy, and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles invited the Chapman community to a grand opening cultural event on April 19. This included Taiwanese folk dance and song, Taiwan Puppetry art, and partaking in KINETIC Tai Chi Chuan, Chinese paper art, and Chinese brush calligraphy and painting. Speakers were on-hand to welcome the Chapman community and discuss the importance of Taiwan culture and art.