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Konkurs "Kaligrafia chińska"

07.02.2016

“Sinolingua Cup”

Chinese Calligraphy Contest for Non-native Speakers

Sponsored by Sinolingua

 

Chinese characters are the epitome of Chinese culture, the carrier of the Chinese language, and a key and difficult part of learning the language. Among the huge number of Chinese language learners across the world, some have already begun studying Chinese calligraphy and achieved positive results. With the hopes of encouraging Chinese learners around the globe to improve their writing skills, Sinolingua has launched this Chinese Calligraphy Contest for Non-native Speakers. Detailed arrangements are as follows:

I. Theme: Chinese calligraphy - an art of global appeal

II. Participants: Chinese calligraphy fans who are non-Chinese citizens or non-native speakers

of Chinese.

III. Procedures:

1. Preliminary round (November, 2015 to March, 2016)

Contestants have the option to choose their style of calligraphy, content, and number of characters. They are required to submit a clear photo of their work (or a video describing the creation process which should be less than one minute in length). Users will vote for their favorite works online and calligraphy experts will give marks for the pieces.

2. Second round (April to June, 2016)

Contestants will imitate the works from the book series Calligraphy of Chinese Blessings in accordance with requirements, and submit a clear photo of their work (or a video describing the creation process which should be less than one minute in length). Users will vote for their favorite works online and calligraphy experts will give marks for the pieces.

3. Finals (August 2016)

Contestants will create their pieces on the spot in Beijing and receive grades from calligraphy experts. 

IV. Prizes:

1. Student Group

Gold Prize: 1 winner

Gold Prize for the Children Group: 1 winner

Silver Prize: 3 winners

Bronze Prize: 6 winners

Excellence Award: 9 winners

Outstanding Regular Script Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Running Script Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Cursive Script Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Official Script Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Seal Script Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Children Work Award: 5 winners

Most Popular Award: 5 winners

Outstanding Innovation Award: 5 winners

Internet Voters’ Favorites: 10 winners

2. School/Teacher Group

Best Organization Award: 10 winners

Best Tutor Award: 10 winners

V. Registration:

Visit http://chinesebon.com/calligraphy and register online.

VI. Notice:

1. Contestants maintain the copyright of their works in accordance with relevant laws.

2. Upon submission of the work, the contestant is deemed to have granted Sinolingua the Exclusive Publishing Right, the Right to Network Dissemination of Information and other relevant rights.

3. Award winners will be presented with certificates and prizes as well as free sample books after the winners’ collection is published. No further remuneration will be offered.

4. All works submitted for the contest will not be returned to the authors. Please keep the original manuscript. Child prizes are designed for contestants under the age of 14 (born after December 31, 2001).

5. Sinolingua reserves the right of final interpretation regarding matters of the contest.

VII. Contact Information:

1. Address: 24 Baiwanzhuang Road, Xicheng District, Beijing 100037, China

2. Official Website: http://chinesebon.com/calligraphy

3. Contact Persons:

Mr. Shi Tel: 010-68996156

Mr. Zhang Tel: 010-68996156

Mrs. Wang Tel: 010-88333186-8005

e-mail: sfds@sinolingua.com.cn

Attachment 1. Rules for Each Round of Competition

Attachment 2. Prize List

Sinolingua Co., Ltd

November 2015

Attachment 1 Rules for Each Round of Competition

Rules for the Preliminary Round

1. Contestants create their works using a Chinese brush.

2. Contestants have the option of choosing their calligraphy style, the content and number of characters.

3. Contestants must have their name signed on the work.

4. Contestants should have a clear picture taken of their work and upload it to our website.

5. Contestants can also have a video taken of their creation process. Works accompanied by a video can earn extra marks.

6. Each contestant can submit up to two pieces.

7. Contestants can canvass for votes for their own works.

8. The final mark consists of two parts: Internet voters’ evaluations and calligraphy experts’ assessments.

9. Internet Voters’ Favorite Award will be presented to ten contestants who have won the most votes from the Internet users.

10. Five among the contestants will be given the Best Innovation Award by calligraphy experts.

11. Two-hundred contestants with the best final marks can advance to the second round.

Rules for the Second Round

1. Contestants create their pieces using a Chinese brush, and the works should bear the contestant’s signature.

2. Contestants imitate the works from the book series Calligraphy of Chinese Blessings and upload a photo or video describing the creation process.

3. Each contestant can submit up to two pieces with a different style of calligraphy.

4. Works accompanied by a video can earn extra marks.

5. Contestants can canvass for votes for their own works.

6. The final mark consists of two parts: Internet voters’ evaluations and calligraphy experts’ assessments.

7. Most Popular Award will be presented to five contestants who have won the most votes from the Internet users.

8. Twenty contestants with the best final marks can advance to the finals.

9. For those who do not make the finals, they have a chance to win the Outstanding Regular Script Award (5 winners), Outstanding Running Script Award (5 winners), Outstanding Cursive Script Award (5 winners), Outstanding Official Script Award (5 winners), Outstanding Seal Script Award (5 winners) and Outstanding Children Work Award (5 winners). (You can download the sample pages of the book series Calligraphy of Chinese Blessings for free. Visit the official website of Sinolingua and receive a 20% discount to purchase the book series. )

Rules for the Finals

1.The finals will be held in Beijing and the contest organizing committee will cover the travel expenses of the contestants.

2. There will be 20 Chinese calligraphy experts on the scene to exchange views and interact with the contestants.

3. Works submitted for the finals will belong to the contest organizing committee (or be up for auction, and the revenue will be donated to needy schools).

4. Gold Prize (1 winner), Gold Prize for the Children Group (1 winner), Silver Prize (3 winners), Bronze Prize (6 winners) and Excellence Award (9 winners) are set for the finals. Winners will be presented with the awards on site.

 

Attachment 2 Prize List

1. Student Group

Gold Prize: 1 winner (Round-trip flight to China + 5000 RMB in prizes)

Gold Prize for the Children Group: 1 winner

(Round-trip flight to China + 5000 RMB in prizes)

Silver Prize: 3 winners

(Round-trip flight to China + 3000 RMB in prizes)

Bronze Prize: 6 winners

(Round-trip flight to China + 2000 RMB in prizes)

Excellence Award: 9 winners

(Round-trip flight to China + 1000 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Regular Script Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Running Script Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Cursive Script Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Official Script Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Seal Script Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Children Work Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Most Popular Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Outstanding Innovation Award: 5 winners (500 RMB in prizes)

Internet Voters’ Favorites: 10 winners (200 RMB in prizes)

2. School/Teacher Group

Best Organization Award: 10 winners (1000 RMB in prizes)

Best Tutor Award: 10 winners (1000 RMB in prizes)

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Teaching Chinese as a foreign language - Konferencja 13-15.04.2016

02.02.2016

Teaching Chinese as a foreign language

Invitation to a Conference

In recent years, we have observed an unparalleled increase in contacts between the Western World and the People’s Republic of China in several areas. This phenomenon influences the Western Worlds to take an interest in education in Chinese culture and language – the number of people who learn the Chinese language and who would like to learn it is growing all over the world.

According to public opinion, Modern Standard Mandarin Language, official language of the People’s Republic of China, is very difficult to learn. Since this language uses such elements, as complicated writing system including very high number of characters and system of tones, popular opinion on Modern Standard Mandarin Language mentioned above, seems to be spot on. But is it true, how does it look in reality?

The University of Wroclaw, Hanban and Confucius Institute at the University of Wroclaw would like to invite you to take part in the International Scientific Conference “Teaching Chinese as a foreign language”. During the conference, we would like to discuss on:

- theory and practice of teaching Chinese as a foreign language,

- didactics and methodology of teaching Chinese;

- characteristics of teaching different groups of students,

- who learns and why or wish to learn Chinese,

For your convenience, we suggest the following areas of topics:

- modern programs of teaching Chinese;

- modern technologies in teaching Chinese.

We do invite sinology researchers, Chinese language teachers and methodologists, linguists and e-learning specialist. We do invite scientific employees (PhD and elders) and doctoral students.

The conference will be hosted by the Confucius Institute at the University of Wroclaw, Poland on April 13th – 15th, 2016.

The language of the conference is English.

Proposals are now invited for individual papers or posters. Proposals must be attached as anonymous, and must not contain more than 300 words (in English). They should be submitted by 15th February 2016 to the conference e-mail: teaching.chinese@uwr.edu.pl

Proposals sent by doctoral students should be approved by their supervisors (not in the proposal text, which must remain anonymous, but with the supervisor’s address in the CC field). The proposals will be accepted upon revision by the scientific committee by 28th February 2016. The final programme of the conference will be released by 15th March 2016.

Papers will be grouped into various sessions dedicated to the different topic areas of discussion. A poster session is also planned, unless there are fewer than 10 poster proposals

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Nowy Rok Małpy w Muzeum Narodowym 6.02.2016

02.02.2016

Zapraszamy na obchody Chińskiego Nowego w Muzeum Narodowym we Wrocławiu.

Spotkanie przygotowane przy współpracy Instytutu Konfucjusza w
Uniwersytecie Wrocławskim i Stowarzyszenia Polsko-Chińskiego na Rzecz Kultury i Sztuki.

Zaczynamy o godz. 11.00 warsztatami min. z chińskich wycinanek. Do zapisów zapraszamy pod nr telefonu 71 372 51 48.

W programie tradycyjna mzyka chińska, pokazy sztuk walki oraz wykłady.

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Certyfikaty HSK i HSKK z dnia 6 grudnia 2015

02.02.2016

Certyfikaty z grudniowych egzaminów HSK i HSKK do odebrania w sekretariacie Instytutu. 

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Kurs języka chińskiego dla początkujących

28.01.2016

Wszystkich zainteresowanych rozpoczęciem nauki języka chińskiego zapraszamy do zapisów na dwutygodniowy kurs języka chińskiego dla początkujących. Będzie to kurs, podczas którego zapoznają się Państwo z podstawami gramatyki i fonetyki języka oraz poznają podstawowe słowa.

Czas trwania kursu: 8.02-19.02.2016 (zajęcia codziennie od poniedziałku do piątku) 20 godzin lekcyjnych. 

Zajęcia będą odbywać się w godzinach wieczornych.

Miejsce: Instytut Konfucjusza ul. Księcia Witolda 47

Cena: 300,00 zł/osoba

Warunkiem rozpoczęcia się kursu jest opłacenie zajęć przez 10 osób 

Zapisy na kurs pod adresem mailowym: sekretariat.ik@uwr.edu.pl lub pod nr tel. 71 788 92 45 w godzinach pracy sekretariatu. Zapisy potrwają do 04.02.2016r.

 

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Chiński Nowy Rok - Rok Małpy 30.01.2016 godz. 17.00

21.01.2016

Wszystkich Państwa zapraszamy na wieczór specjalny z okazji Chińskiego Nowego Roku, który odbędzie się 30 stycznia 2016r o godz. 17.00 w sali Oratorium Marianum w Uniwersytecie Wrocławskim. W programie min. Taniec lwa oraz część artystyczna przygotowana przez studentów i nauczycieli z naszego Instytutu. 

Przed wydarzeniem zapraszamy rodziców z dziećmi w wieku przedszkolnym i szkolnym na warsztaty lampionów chińskich

(Zajęcia odbędą się 30.01.2016 (sobota) w godz. 15-16.30 w Instytucie Konfucjusza, Ul. Ks. Witolda 47. 
Zapisy pod nr 661 115 157 i 71 788 92 45 (zapisy w dniach: 26 i 27 stycznia od godz. 13.00 do 15.00) Ilość miejsc na warsztaty jest ograniczona.
Zapewniamy wszystkie materiały.

Po warsztatach przejdziemy do Oratorium Marianum, gdzie uformujemy kolorowy pochód otwierający świętowanie. 

 

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Egzamin HSK - 20 marca 2016r

19.01.2016

Informujemy, iż od dziś można rejestrować się na marcowy egzamin HSK i HSKK - rejestracja potrwa do 21 lutego 2016r. 

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Struktura władzy w Chinach - wykład 20.01.2016r.

19.01.2016

Serdecznie zapraszamy na wykład Pani mgr Małgorzaty Kani "Struktura władzy w Chinach", który odbędzie się 20 stycznia 2016r o godz. 17.00 na Wydziale Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego w Budynku A sala 218.

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Zajęcia dla studentów

04.01.2016

Przypominamy, że zgodnie z organizacją roku akademickiego w najbliższy wtorek - 5 stycznia, a także w poniedziałek 1 lutego zostaną przeprowadzone zajęcia i konsultacje środowe.

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Życzenia Świąteczne

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 Święta Bozego Narodzenia to czas szczególny - czas niosący pokój radość i otuchę.

Życzymy, aby wypełniał nie tylko dni świąteczne, lecz także cały Nowy Rok 2016, aby kolejne dni, tygodnie i miesiące były szczęśliwe oraz dawały optymizm i energię do realizacji planów.

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