- Focus Area 1: To Provide Targeted, Business – Oriented Chinese Language and Culture Instruction
- Focus Area 2: To Organize Various Activities That Promote Chinese Culture
- Focus Area 3: General Language Instruction
Spend 14 exciting days in Beijing, a city with one of the longest histories and richest cultures. Why this Program
Well, why not? What a great way to spend your summer! Besides, we’re paying most of the fees for you: your lodging, your transportation, and your tuition in China, and even some of your meals!… more »
Scholarships are available for One-Semester Students, One-Academic Year Students and Students of Master’s Degree in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages.
On the afternoon of March 28, 2013, with the final screening of the film China Concerto, the month-long Chinese Film Festival drew to a close at Georgia State University. Sponsored by the GSU Confucius Institute, China Research Center, GSU Department of Communication, Emory University, Georgia Tech, and Kennesaw State, the festival started on February 28… more »
November 2011 Newsletter