Confucius Institute

  • World Taiji and Qigong Day, April 25th, 2015
    World Taiji and Qigong Day, April 25th, 2015  Celebrate World Taiji and Qigong Day on April 25th at Sadler Center! Please click {{, here}} for more information and {{, register online}} today!  
  • Spring 2015 Session II Community Courses
    Spring 2015 Session II Community Courses  Spring 2015 Session II Courses are now open for registration! Please fill out the form {{,here}} for the classes you would like to take in {{,Spring 2015 Session II.}}  
  • CI Scholarship
    CI Scholarship  {{, Scholarships}} sponsored by Hanban for undergraduate students to study at a university in China for a semester or an academic year. Graduating seniors, especially those who intend to be Chinese language teachers, are strongly encouraged to apply.  
  • HSK and HSKK Testing
    HSK and HSKK Testing  Get ready for the {{,HSK}} and {{,HSKK}} tests coming up in 2015! Test dates can be found {{, here}}, make sure to {{,register}} in advanced and study hard!  
  • Lantern Festival
    Lantern Festival  Come eat {{,tangyuan}} with WMCI on March 5th!  
  • China Night: Impressions of Beijing
    China Night: Impressions of Beijing  Learn about {{,Beijing}} with Xuewei Hou during this China Night on Friday, March 20th.  
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Spring 2015 at William & Mary Confucius Institute

Spring is an exciting time for WMCI as we team up with the Chinese student organizations to celebrate the Spring Festival, as well as prepare for our own China Nights spotlighting the Lantern Festival and Impressions of Beijing. We are excited to host numerous events from a poetry reading to a lecture by an esteemed Harvard professor, in addition to offering a range of classes on everything from Chinese language to Chinese cooking, art, and even history. Lastly, don't miss out on World Taiji and Qigong day toward the end of the semester, a chance to view and participate in demonstrations of China's ancient and therapeutic martial arts practices.

Spring Semester Events Flyer

The William & Mary Confucius Institute (WMCI) is charged with promoting the study of Chinese language and culture at the College and in the Central and Southeastern regions of Virginia. The WMCI was established in 2011 and dedicated in 2012, joining a network of over 300 Confucius Institutes worldwide. It is the second Confucius Institute at a public university in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The WMCI is a collaborative program in partnership with Beijing Normal University (BNU) and the Office of Chinese Language Council International (Hanban), a public institution affiliated with the Chinese Ministry of Education.

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