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Wykład "Prawo własności intelektualnej w Chinach" 21.04.2015

20.04.2015

Wykład naszej absolwentki Pani mgr Małgorzaty Kani "Prawo własności intelektualnej w Chinach" już  jutro o godz. 18.30 - miejsce:Wydział Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii, budynek A. sala 418A. Zapraszamy!

 

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Chinese Bridge — Chinese Proficiency Competition (for Foreign College Students Program)

16.04.2015

Program Introduction

The “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students Program is a large-scale international competition organized by Confucius Institute Headquarters(Hanban). Since its launch in 2002, this annual event has been held 11 times and attracted more than 1,000 college students from over 80 countries to participate in the semi-finals and finals in China. In addition, there are more than 300,000 students all over the world involved in the preliminary rounds. This competition is now an important platform for international college students to learn the Chinese language and understand more about China. It also serves to help young people in the world better communicate with one another. The contents of the competition include Chinese language proficiency, knowledge about China, Chinese cultural talents and comprehensive learning abilities. Students who win the preliminary rounds held in their countries qualify to come to China for the semi-finals and finals. They will also get scholarships to further their studies in China as rewards.

Competition Procedure

1. Participants

College students with foreign nationalities, aged between 18 and 30 and overseas-born, whose first language is not Chinese.

2. Participation Process

(1) Preliminary Rounds

The educational or cultural offices of Chinese Embassies (Consulates) or Confucius Institutes organize the overseas preliminary competitions, select and recommend contestants to attend the semi-finals held in China. Each contest region can also recommend one outstanding contestant to come to China to view the competition.

Applications should be submitted to your Chinese language teacher or University of Wroclaw CI (sekretariat@ik.uni.wroc.pl) with your name, date of birth, name of school. The deadline of application is April 30.

The preliminary rounds include a competition at University of Wroclaw CI held on April 30, 2015, as well as the Polish Nationwide Finals of 2015 which will be held in Opole on May 7.

(2) Semi-finals and Final Round

In each July, the semi-final round selects the players for the final round through testing their Chinese language proficiency, knowledge about China, Chinese cultural talents, etc. The final round results in the special award and the first, second and third place winners as well as the single award winners through elimination competitions. Please go to the “Chinese Bridge — Official Chinese Competition website” (http://bridge.chinese.cn) for the detailed information.

 

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Koło Azjatyckie w ramach Wieczorów chińskich

07.04.2015

Zapraszamy na pierwsze spotkanie zorganizowane przez nasze Koło Azjatyckie pod przewodnictwem dr Stefanii Skowron-Markowskiej. Wykład będzie dotyczył mozliwości militarnych Państwa Środka.

Wykład poprowadzi dla Państwa dr Tomasz Szulc.

Zapraszamy w najbliższy piątek 10.04.2015 o godz. 17.30 do siedziby Instytutu Konfucjusza.

 

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Terminy egzaminów w 2015r.

07.04.2015

Terminy egzaminów w roku 2015:

egzamin YCT - dla dzieci i młodzieży - 30.05.2015 (poziomy 1-4 pisemny)

egzamin HSK:

- 14.06.2015 (UWAGA tylko poziomy 1-6 egzaminu pisemnego)

- 06.12.2015 (poziomy 1-6 pisemny + 1-3 ustny)

 

 szcegóły dotyczące rejestracji na egzaminy zostaną podane w terminie późńiejszym.

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Życzenia Świąteczne

03.04.2015

Pełnych radości i pokoju Świąt Wielkiej Nocy oraz wiele pomyślności i sukcesów życzą pracownicy Instytutu Konfucjusza

 

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Zmiany w egzaminach HSK 28.03.2015

25.03.2015

Osoby przystępujące do egzaminu HSK i HSKK w dniu 28.03.2015 prosimy o wydrukowanie Admission Ticket ze strony i zabranie go ze sobą na egzamin.

 

Nastąpiły również zmiany w godzinach egzaminów:

HSK1, HSK 3 i HSK 5 odbędą się o godz. 13.00

HSKK 2 odbędzie się o godz. 17.30 

 

Należy zgłosić się 30 min przed egzaminem.

 

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Egzamin HSKK 2

23.03.2015

Egzamin HSKK 2 w dniu 28.03.2015 odbędzie się o godz. 17.30

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Cykl wykładów "Orient daleki i bliski"

11.03.2015

W imieniu Pracowni Badań  Praw Orientalnych zapraszamy na cykl wykładów "Orient daleki i bliski". 

Spotkania odbywać się będą w środy, w sali 318 w budynku A WPAIE (ul. Uniwersytecka 22/26) od godz. 17.00.

Uczestnicy co najmniej ośmiu spotkań otrzymają certyfikat udziału w wykładach poświadczający znajomość prawa Orientu.

 

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Święto Latarni 10.03.2015r.

04.03.2015

Święto Latarni to tradycyjne chińskie święto, obchodzone 15 dni po chińskim Nowym Roku i stanowiące jednocześnie jego zakończenie. Obchody święta zaczynają się już 13 dnia Nowego Roku. W czasie tego święta ulice przyozdabiane są bogato zdobionymi lampionami o najróżniejszych kształtach. Odbywają się parady przebierańców i tańce. 

W tym roku na obchody Święta Latarni zapraszamy Państwa do Instytutu Konfucjusza w dniu 10 marca na godz. 17.00.

Wieczór ten poprowadzi dla Państwa Pan Krzysztof Kazmierowicz jedyny absolwent z Polski w elitarnej Akademii Yap Cheng Hai, która siedzibę ma w Malezji, uczeń Wielkiego Mistrza Yap Cheng Hai'a, Mistrza Yap Boh Chu, Małgorzaty Błądek, Nicole Zaremby, Jacka Kryga, Joey Yap'a.

Tematem wykładu będzie "Feng-Shui w Roku Kozy 2015"

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Konferencja "Crime and Punishment in Atiquity"

12.02.2015

 Crime and Punishment in Antiquity 

Wrocław, Poland, 17-19th June 2015

 

Scientific committee: 

prof. Gary Beckman (University of Michigan) 

prof. Petr Charvát (West Bohemian University Plzen) 

prof. Jakub Pigoń (University of Wrocław) 

prof. Ewa Skwara (Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan) 

prof. Petr Zemánek (Charles University Prague)

 

Organizers: 

Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies, University of Wrocław, Poland 

Institute of Near Eastern Studies, West-Bohemian University in Plzen, Czech Republic 

Institute of Comparative Linguistics, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic 

Confucius Institute at the University of Wrocław, Poland

  

 Since the dawn of time different crimes have occurred within the human societies, and as their consequence various ideas and ways of punishment have developed. It may look naturally, that if a crime happens, a punishment must follow. However, similar behaviours didn't have to be understood as illegal or of an analogous gravity in different societies, and also a respective form of punishment could differ among ancient cultures and societies. It is commonly believed that purely punitive vengeance, as in the case of talion, and compensation, either for an aggrieved or for the society/state, should be recognized as the primeval aims of punishment. While the penology has constantly developed together with the jurisprudence, crimes have not changed significantly in their nature in the course of history. What has been changing though was a cultural, social and legal approach to harmful behaviours. How did the ancients perceive these acts and their authors? What determined classifying an act as a crime? What were the means of limiting the range of crimes in ancient societies? What sorts of punishment did the ancient use? What was an approach of the ancients to different kinds of punishment? How sorts of punishment reflected social or cultural tendencies?

 

 The most important topics of the conference should be as follows: 

Crime and punishment as elements of social and cultural life 

Political and legal aspects of crime and punishment in ancient society 

Social and cultural role of punishment 

Ancient criminal law and jurisprudence 

Crime and punishment in ancient literature and art 

Linguistic representations of legally forbidden behaviours 

Customs and taboos related to crimes and punishment 

Material remains of criminal trials or places and kinds of punishment

  

This conference will take a comparative approach, taking a wide geographical and chronological sweep. We warmly invite all scholars whose subject of study concerns ancient Greece and Rome as well as ancient Near and Far East – linguists, historians, archaeologists, lawyers, sociologists and anthropologists. 

The conference is hosted by the Institute of Classical, Mediterranean and Oriental Studies and Confucius Institute, University of Wrocław, Poland on June 17th – 19th, 2015. The language of the conference is English. 

Proposals are now invited for individual papers or posters. Proposals of no longer than 300 words (in English) can be submitted by 15th January 2015 to the conference e-mail: crime.and.punishment@uni.wroc.pl 

Proposals will be accepted after revision by the scientific committee by 28th February 2015. The final programme of the conference will be released by 31st March 2015.  

The conference fee should be paid until 15th March 2015.

 

Additional information: 

Every speech should last no more than 20 minutes, with a further 10 minutes discussion. In case of too many applications, selection will be made by the scientific committee of the conference. As an alternative to presenting a paper, posters can be used. 

The registration fee is € 100. 

Discounted fee for doctoral students is € 80 and for accompanying persons € 50. 

Fees should be paid by the bank transfer to the following account:

IBAN: PL 80 1090 2398 0000 0001 2002 5457
SWIFT: WBKPPLPP

Address and additional information for payment:
Uniwersytet Wroclawski
Plac Uniwersytecki 1
50-137 Wrocław
“Crime and punishment” 

Conference fee does not include accommodation nor the reimbursement of the travel costs. Participants, who would like to receive an invoice, should make a remark in the registration e-mail, giving the necessary billing details. 

 Should you have any additional questions please do not hesitate to contact the organizers, sending your e-mail to the conference address: 

crime.and.punishment@uni.wroc.pl

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