2022 Chinese Culture Day
Cosponsored by the Chinese Section and the Chinese Language Flagship Center in the Department of EALL, the Center for Chinese Studies in the College of Arts, Languages and Letters, the Maryknoll School Mandarin Immersion Program, and the Chinese Language Education Association of Hawai‘i (CLEAH).
Chinese Culture Day Activities 中國文化日活動 Activities range from Quiz Games to Hands-On Crafts to Demonstrations and Exhibits. Explore! Activities run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bring your passport with you and… • Try Taichi (太极拳) • Do hands-on calligraphy • Find your birth animal in the Chinese zodiac • Play “Are you smarter than a Chinese 5th grader?” • Make a Chinese knot • Play character matching •Make a Chinese paper lantern•Play a measure words game•Sample Chinese pastries•Sip Chinese tea•Listen to the Chinese gǔqín 古琴(zither)•Try on a Chinese hair-bun•Learn more about our language programs
May 27, 1995 lecture by Charles D. Benn, on “Chinese Ghost Stories.” It was delivered at a SHAPS (School of Hawaiian, Asian & Pacific Studies) and Buddhist Study Center symposium organized by David Chappell, on the topic “Living and Dying in Buddhist Culture.”