The speed and elegance of traditional Chinese brush-work art can seem a magical skill for western artists used to painting in oils and acrylic. In reality, with a little bit of practice anyone can master this ancient art form – even those who can’t read Chinese! For the first time two new courses focusing on […]
The Imperial Edict Museum in Xuzhou, China last month designated a special room within their museum the ‘Tourism Confucius Institute Chinese Culture Centre.’ The Imperial Edict Museum is seated in the picturesque Jiulishan West-East Han Dynasty cultural and tourism district, neighboring the Tomb of King Chu of the West Han Dynasty, Liu Zhu (King Xiang). It […]
A Griffith Business School initiative will ensure Gold Coast tourism businesses gain valuable insights into attracting and servicing the needs of Chinese visitors to the City.
Griffith University has called for papers to be submitted for the first East-West Dialogue on Tourism and the Chinese Dream to be hosted on the Gold Coast later this year. The high-level, bilateral discussions will bring together more than 100 representatives of Australian and Chinese government, education and research institutions, and the tourism industry. The […]
Griffith University is to host the first East-West Dialogue on Tourism and the Chinese Dream. Griffith’s Tourism Confucius Institute will combine with the new Griffith Institute for Tourism to provide the academic backdrop for high-level bilateral discussions next year. International tourism experts will focus on how the industry can contribute to the Chinese Dream, as […]
Chinese Bridge is a worldwide competition for university students to demonstrate their passion for Chinese language and culture as well as to enhance relations between China and other countries.