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With the rapid development of its economy, china is getting more and more influential in the world. People all over the world are casting their eyes on this great old nation and their interest to learn more about china’s past and present is growing. They want to find out what has been driving this nation to develop at such a great speed. This summer program is designed to help the world to learn more about china.
Spotlight the international implications of Chinese experiences against the background of globalization;
Provide young scholars of the world engaged in China studies an opportunity to understand China;
Share academic wisdom with outstanding researchers and be enlightened by criticisms from the younger generation;
Advance international studies of China and promote their intellectual accumulation.
II. Schedule(with Chinese language study)
Lecture series 1：Places in china /Chinese nationalities
Lecture series 2：Chinese civilization and art I/II
Lecture series 3. Chinese civilization and art III/IV
Lecture series 4. Chinese religion and ideology I/II
Lecture series 5. China's Politics and China economics I/II
Lecture series 6. Education in China I/II
Lecture series 7. scenic spots and historical sites in china I/II
Lecture series 8. Chinese Festivals And Customs I/II
III. Extra-Curricular Activities
1. Visits (to kindergarten, middle school, family, hospital, market place, etc.)
2. Tours and field trips to places of historical and cultural/scenic attractions around Zhenjiang;
3. Recreational and sports activities with Chinese students, and people in the communities;
4. Internships and social work.
Quotations are made in accordance with the type of program, varieties of activities and
number of people in a group as scheduled.
1. Interaction among professors, government officials and students to build a platform for communication, analysis and understanding of Chinese society;
2. Integration of indigenous perspectives and international horizons, which will be characterized by opinions about Chinese issues from both Chinese and international scholars;
3. Classroom activities complemented by field research, which will facilitate theoretical understanding as well as empirical appreciation of both urban and rural China.