News and Events
2CI Chinese Studies Distinguished Speaker Series
The Future of Chinese Politics: Through the Lens of the Chinese Elite
Daniel Lynch, Associate professor of international relations, University of Southern California
- Friday, April 20,2012, 4:00-5:30 PM
- Troy Moore Library, 9th Floor, GCB
2012 Cultural Lecture Series--"East Meets West"
Clamor and Reflection: On the'Export' of Chinese Culture
Peng Guo: Professor and dean of the College of Chinese Studies at Beijing Language and Culture University
China Through the Eyes of Western Journalists--From the opium Wars Until Today
Paul French: Chief China Markets Strategist for Mintel and a specialist in China's economy and consumer market; Author of many books on China
Application Procedures for the Confucius Institute Scholarship 2012
The Confucius Institute Headquarters (hereinafter referred to as Hanban) launches the “Confucius Institute Scholarship” program to encourage students, scholars and Chinese language teachers worldwide to study Chinese language and culture in China.
The 2012 Confucius Institute Scholarship is now open for application. Read more about it»
1 Year Anniversary Celebration (October 2011)
In October 2011, a reception will be held to celebrate our one year anniversary of Georgia State's Confucius Institute and to use such an occasion to further promote the initiatives of our institute. Further details about this event will be updated soon.
Grand Opening of Confucius Library Resource Center
The Confucius Institute Headquarters, (hereinafter referred to as Hanban), donated over 3,000 electronic, print, and media resources to Georgia State's Confucius Institute. With these resources, two dedicated library resource centers will be available on campus for students interested in the Chinese language within Georgia State University's campus. Our first library resource center will be located within the Confucius Institute office at 75 Piedmont Avenue, Suite 926, Atlanta, GA 30303. Our second location will be at Georgia State University's Library North 4.
Contests (October 2011)