WMCI offers Chinese language and cultural courses at Rawls Byrd Elementary School in Williamsburg.
This time of year, there are signs of the Chinese New Year across the university, so much so that two major Chinese national TV outlets aired stories about W&M students.
The Music from China ensemble recently visited W&M, teaching students and faculty alike about Chinese music through a performance and series of lecture opportunities.
Gary Locke will conduct live webcast at 7:30 p.m. beamed to W&M, 50 other communities nationwide.
Twenty performers from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China seamlessly blend their traditional culture with Western pop culture.
Sponsored by the Confucius Institute, the performance will help promote the understanding of Chinese culture and celebrate the first visit to the College by UESTC President Wang Jinsong.
Office of International Students, Scholars, and Programs learns pronunciation and basic vocabulary.
Twenty-two high school students from the Tidewater area and around the country travel to Jilin and Beijing, China.
A showcase of William & Mary student calligraphy at Swem Library takes place during 12 Apr. 2012 to 28 May 2012.
On March 28, 2012 in Williamsburg’s old Kimball Theatre, the very first Chinese Dance Gala was held.
Faculty scholars from two prestigious universities joined forces on Tuesday, April 17, to engage in a scholarly dialogue and debate on Confucian classics.
The day-long celebration of events included a private tour of Rowe House, the home of the Confucius Institute at William & Mary, as well as a trip to the College Child Care Center to observe Mandarin language classes in action.
On February 18, the William & Mary Confucius Institute (WMCI) formally unveiled the College’s Chinese Culture Semester with a parade, cultural dances and street performances in Merchant’s Square. The event was co-sponsored by the William & Mary 2012 Global Film Festival.
The William & Mary Confucius Institute hosts a semester-long celebration of Chinese language and culture ahead of its grand opening.
In partnership with Beijing Normal University and the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban), the College will offer Chinese language and culture courses, provide teacher training, and support study abroad, officials announced Tuesday.