Magazine # 34

Chinese Class 28. Improve every week your Chinese skills with two pages of tests, quizzes and crosswords. Download the exercises and their solutions in PDF and print and solve them at your own pace.

The new Silk Road: A win-win path in the era of globalization. The longest economic corridor in the world, which will continue to promote the spirit of the ancient route, will cover 4.4 billion people, accounting for 63% of the ...

In the 2014 First Workshop for Foreign Directors a number of participants from different Confucius Institutes had lively discussions on the issue of “how to tell a story of China to people around the world”. They shared their views and ...

Mogao Caves: A new era of Dunhuang ushering in. The total digitalization of the frescos in the Mogao Caves will not only help protect the caves but also be of great service to academia with its systematic collection of data ...

At the end of August, 2014, a dragon dance performance was organized by the Confucius Institute at De Montfort University, UK, at Leicester City Centre Square, and was warmly welcomed by local residents. Published in Confucius Institute Magazine Number 34. ...

At the end of August, the Confucius Institute at the University of Namibia held a Chinese calligraphy experiencing activity for the cultural festival of the University of Namibia, which provided a chance for the local people to witness the magic ...

On August 27, 2014, the Confucius Institute at Khon Kaen University in Thailand held a series of experience activities themed as “Chinese Culture Garden”. Published in Confucius Institute Magazine Number 34. Volume V. September 2014.
qipao: a chinese eternal classic

Qipao is representative of Chinese dress culture, resulted from the integration of costumes from many ethnic groups. In the late 1990s, began to gain world-wide popularity in the fashion industry.

Confucius Institute Scholarship student Reuter Lars-Pascal (Germany) writes about his experiences walking around China: "I told my friends who were crazy about America that Shanghai was by no means inferior to New York.”

Confucius Institute Scholarship student Maria Vittoria Zanatta (Italy) talks about modern art in Beijing: " The longer I live in Beijing, the more I believe that my future is closely linked with Chinese art and culture. "

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