Chinese poetry is poetry written, spoken, or chanted in the Chinese language. In Chinese culture, poetry has provided a format and a forum for both public and private expressions of deep emotion, offering an audience of peers, readers, and scholars insight into the inner life of Chinese writers across more than two millennia. Join this talk which aims to share Chinese life philosophy expressed through selected poems.
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This talk uses a comparative analysis looking into Chinese and English proverbs. It aims to take you on a journey of exploring fun facts about proverbs used in both languages. It is suitable for any language lovers and anyone who's curious about Chinese language and culture.
How does the education system work in China? What are the social-cultural elements impacting Chinese people's beliefs and attitude towards education? In this talk, you will learn the reality of Chinese education, the famous 'gaokao' - university entrance exam in China and the recent changes in the Chinese education system.
Each culture has its unique expressions through symbols. What are the must-know symbols when it comes to understanding Chinese culture? In this talk, you will be introduced to a number of Chinese symbols, their history and meaning and how they still influence Chinese life and art.
How do cultural differences impact the way innovation is encouraged and managed? Which cultural dimensions play a more significant role in the relationship between innovation and growth? In particular, what about China? How has China managed its innovation and what are the characteristics of the Chinese innovation management?
Significant changes occurred in China over the past 40 years since it's opening up reform. How does that impact on the life and values of each generation? This lecture explores the similarities and differences of four generations in China and aims to provide an overall review of the challenges and opportunities each generation faces.
This talk takes a historical view of Chinese perception of female beauty and its representation in Chinese poems and paintings. We will explore how the concept of a female beauty evolves throughout the Chinese history and how it reflects the values of the society?
Chinese language is perceived to be difficult due to its written system. What is the story behind Chinese characters? From its history, calligraphy and linguistic features, this lecture offers you a comprehensive understanding of the beauty of Chinese characters and some tips to get started.
This talk is dedicated to Chinese symbols, especially those associated with the New Year festivities, their history and meaning.
This talk aims to offer some insights on the uniqueness of Chinese gardens and Chinese passion for Bonsai.