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    at UCD Confucius Institute Category News February 9 2016 On June 26 2015 all staff from the UCD Confucius Institute gathered together to attend a farewell luncheon for the out going teachers Read more China Folk Art Overseas Tour launched by UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Category News February 9 2016 The China Folk Art Overseas Tour was launched in Ireland in UCD s O Reilly Hall on May 22 2015 Co hosted by UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland the China Folk Artists Association and Sun Emerald Ireland the opening leg of this international tour attracted more than 1 000 overseas Chinese and Irish fans Renowned folk performers including crosstalk artists Jiang Kun and Dai Zhicheng children s show host Sister Ju Ping and soprano Yin Xiumei delivered a fascinating and highly entertaining audio visual feast In attendance were the Chinese Ambassador to Ireland H E Xu Jianguo and his wife Ms Ni Jun UCD President Professor Andrew Deeks and his wife Dr Linda Deeks as well as members of the local Chinese community Read more The 14th Chinese Bridge Chinese Proficiency Competition for Irish College Students a Resounding Success Category News February 9 2016 On the 25th of April 2015 the UCD Confucius Institute hosted the Irish Regional Competition of the 14th Chinese Bridge Chinese Proficiency Competition for Irish College Students in the Radisson Blu Hotel Dublin More than twenty university student contestants from UCD DIT UCC and NUIM participated in the competition Also present at the competition were H E Mr Xu Jianguo the Chinese ambassador to Ireland Prof Andrew Deeks the President of UCD Mr Wu Xiaochuang First Secretary education in the Chinese Embassy of Ireland Prof Dorothy Kenny Head of School in the School of Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies at DCU and finally the Chinese

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    Development Enterprise at Cork City Council Yang Zhijun First Secretary Science and Technology of the Chinese Embassy to Ireland Huang Fei First Secretary Culture of the Chinese Embassy to Ireland and Tony Walsh Principal of Mayfield Community School Chinese Directors of both Irish Confucius Institutes UCC and UCD also attended the competition Read more Prof Dermot Moran PhD DLitt MRIA Category Executive Board February 9 2016 Prof Dermot Moran PhD DLitt MRIA UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 Read more UCD Confucius Institute held the first working meeting for Confucius Classrooms Category News February 9 2016 In order to enhance the communication between the Confucius Institute and affiliated Confucius Classrooms improve Chinese language and culture teaching as well as serve the local communities UCD Confucius Institute hosted its first working meeting for Confucius Classrooms on 26th of March 2016 The total of fifteen people including directors and teacher representatives from UCD Confucius Institute principles and coordinators in charge of the Confucius Classrooms attended the meeting Read more Confucius Classroom at Our Lady s School Terenue since 2014 Category Confucius Classroom February 9 2016 Our Lady s School is a Catholic Voluntary Secondary School for girls It caters for over 770 students Our Lady s School was founded in 1953 by the Religious of Christian Education a Congregation founded in Normandy in the aftermath of the French Revolution The educational tradition of the Congregation is to create conditions in which each pupil can attain her full potential and develop her personal gifts and talents The school was founded in order to provide an educational experience based on academic excellence the formation of a strong value system and the development of the whole person It is

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    of the recently established links between the Confucius Institute and University College Dublin UCD Following talks with the UCD Confucius Institute Loreto Bray was delighted to introduce a Confucius Institute funded programme of Chinese studies into the school The programme started in September of the school year 2007 2008 and was offered to first year students It was intended that the Chinese Studies Programme would continue throughout the six years the girls spent in second level school It was further intended that the students would at the end of the six years have achieved a reasonable level of proficiency in the Chinese language The Confucius Classroom programme stated aim of developing Chinese teaching and learning in local secondary schools and enhancing the mutual understanding and friendship between young people of both countries was a goal the school found it could readily embrace Consequently following consultation with the Board of Management the Principal was authorised to seek approval from the Confucius Institution for the establishment of a Confucius Classroom in Loreto Secondary School Bray In 2006 with the helo of UCD Confucius Institute Loreto Secondary School Bray successfully became the first Confucius Classroom in Ireland The 4th Confucius Cup Table Tennis Tournament held in Dublin Category News February 9 2016 On the 8th of March 2015 the 4th Confucius Cup Table Tennis Tournament which lasted one day was successfully completed This tournament was organized by the Dundrum Table Tennis Club and sponsored by the UCD Confucius institute There were about 60 participants from more than 10 countries which included China Czech Ireland Poland and the UK Read more Chinese courses for secondary school Category HomeSlides February 9 2016 Chinese Modules for Your School Read more UCD CI and Bank of Ireland held a lecture on Chinese Business Culture Category News February 9 2016 On 23rd February 2015 Bank of Ireland and UCD Confucius institute co organised a lecture on the theme Doing Business in China Challenge Across Cultures There were about 20 important business people from different industries taking part in this lecture Read more Confucius Classroom at Jesus and Mary College since 2014 Category Confucius Classroom February 9 2016 Jesus and Mary College is a Catholic Community in keeping with the educational philosophy of St Claudine Thevenet and the sacred ethos of the school We are committed to providing a quality education in pursuit of excellence Jesus and Mary College endeavour to provide a teaching and learning environment which encourages the school community to develop to its full potential cognisant of all its talents and skills They aim to work together in a safe respectful caring and just environment We value the principles of mutual respect equality and tolerance encouraging positive self image confidence and pride in all achievements Jesus and Mary College has fostered an excellent working relationship with the Confucius Institute Our programme commenced in 2012 and we look forward to bolstering our friendship with a successful application to become a Confucius classroom We wish for our common

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    centre has become one of the leading examples in relation to organising cooperative programmes between educational institutes and entrepreneurs In December 2012 the UCD CII regional centre in the Galway Education Centre was launched officially Mr Ciaran Cannon Jr Minister of Education in Ireland and Mr Xiaochuang Wu first secretary of the Chinese Embassy in Ireland attended the event Since then the Galway Education Centre cooperated with the UCD CII and developed the training programs for Irish teachers At the end of 2013 there are 11 secondary schools in Galway launching Chinese classes and 4 sessions of Irish teachers training programmes with more than 50 Irish teachers enrolled Through the training programme 14 Irish teachers started to teach Chinese language and culture on their own Celebrating Chinese New Year Jointly between Belvedere College S J Confucius Classroom and the Little Petrel Art Troupe from Guangzhou Category News February 9 2016 On 26 of February 2015 the Little Petrel Art Troupe from Guangzhou China invited by the UCD Confucius Institute performed together with students from Belvedere Secondary school to celebrate the Chinese New Year as a special cultural exchange event Read more 26th Confucius PhD Forum Held at UCD Category News February 9 2016 On the 26th of February the UCD Confucius Institute in conjunction with the UCD Chinese Students and Scholars Association hosted the 26th Confucius PhD Forum in Newman Building UCD More than 40 Chinese students participated in the forum Read more Teachers of the UCD CII Attend 2015 Chinese New Year Celebration in UCD Category News February 9 2016 The 18th of February 2015 was the last day in the Chinese lunar calendar It was the eve of the Chinese Spring Festival the most important festival in traditional Chinese culture In order to celebrate Chinese New Year for

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    UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland and Prof Cai Yongqiang Chinese Director of the UCD CII Read more BComm with Chinese Studies Category HomeSlides February 9 2016 BComm with Chinese Studies Read more Confucius Classroom at Loreto Foxrock since 2011 Category Confucius Classroom February 9 2016 Loreto College Foxrock is a voluntary Catholic Secondary School under the direction of the Loreto Sisters IBVM The school which wasopened in 1941 at the request of the Archbishop of Dublin Most Reverend John Charles McQuaid is situated on the N11 in the parish of Foxrock The school is a fee paying Secondary Day School and is run by the Board of Management which was first set up in 1990 The school celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1991 The main aim of the school is to be a centre of Christian Education which cares for the faith and personal development of each student The school strives for excellence in providing a holistic education i e religious academic cultural physical psychological and social The school has maintained the educational tradition begun by Mary Ward 1585 1645 foundress of the I B V M and has been enriched by it During the school year 2009 2010 the school Principal explored the option of offering a programme of Chinese Studies to students in Loreto College Foxrock Ms Mannion met with Dr Liming Wang seeking support and guidance on how best to introduce a Chinese studies programme into the school During the year in addition to language lessons students will be introduced to various aspects of Chinese culture Pupils also had the opportunity to learn a little about Chinese history Chinese poetry and the arts of calligraphy and Chinese paper folding A cookery module is also included At the end of the academic year certificates will be presented to the students in recognition of their achievements during the year Confucius Classroom at Clongowes Wood College since 2011 Category Confucius Classroom February 9 2016 Clongowes Wood College was founded in 1814 as a Jesuit boarding school for boys It is located in a rural setting west of Dublin and has approximately 450 students all of whom are boarders The school s mission is to educate its students according to the best traditions and highest standards of Jesuit schooling and the values of the Gospel It offers a diverse range of activities to its pupils so that the education of the whole person might be achieved in some measure Clongowes is very much at the forefront of Irish education and has become the boarding school of choice In 2009 some 37 of our students received 500 or more CAO points out of a possible total of 600 A remarkable feat in view of our open admissions policy and the fact that in some subjects the percentages of students awarded a Leaving Certificate grade A nationally is in the low single digits The College embraces an open non academic bursary programme for those from a lower socio economic background All of our

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    nature a very comprehensive one Traditionally the bond between boarders and Blackrock has been particularly strong During the school year 2009 2010 the school Principal explored the option of offering a programme of Chinese Studies to students in Blackrock College Mr MacGinty met with Dr Liming Wang seeking support and guidance on how best to introduce a Chinese studies programme into the school Confucius Classroon at Belvedere College S J since 2011 Category Confucius Classroom February 9 2016 The College is a Catholic school under the trusteeship of the Society of Jesus Set in the centre of Dublin city it continues today a tradition of over 170 years in the Jesuit approach to education Belvedere has dedicated teachers who are committed to high academic standards The College provides a rich and diverse curriculum catering for the needs of each individual student It strives for excellence also in areas of sport and culture social concern and spiritual values wherein students are encouraged and challenged to realise their full potential as human beings The mission of the Belvedere Community Jesuits Board Staff Parents Present Students and Past Pupils is to ensure that graduates of the College by their relationship with Jesus Christ and through living gospel values shall be persons for others in leadership and example in the pursuit of a just world Belvedere College seeks to develop within each student a positive self image a strong work ethic and a sense of responsibility to their community both the community that is our school and the community within which each student lives Our relationship with the Confucius Institute is excellent and their delivery of the Transition Year programme has been exemplary Therefore the natural development is to begin the Chinese Studies option in First Year as an option in our co curricular programme Co curricular activities are central to our educational provision 7th 8th February 2015 2015 Irish Confucius Cup Go Chinese Chess Congress Gresham Hotel Dublin Category Events February 9 2016 UCD Confucius Institute and Irish GO Association are hosting this event in partnership under the guidance and support from the Embassy of the People s Republic of China in Ireland Special thanks to ICBC Huawei Asia Market and Kai Shing Restaurant for their generous sponsorship Read more Launch of the Expert Group Overseas Chinese Teachers Training Programme by the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Category News February 9 2016 On the 9th and 10th of January the first Expert Group Overseas Chinese Teachers Training Programme was formally launched This training session was organised by the Confucius Headquarters and the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland More than 50 Chinese teachers participated in the training session They came from the UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland and the Aihua Chinese School in Ireland as well as from other teaching organizations Mr Wu Xiaochuang First Secretary for the education section of the Chinese Embassy in Ireland Prof Wang Liming Director of the UCD CI Prof Cai Yongqiang Chinese Director of the UCD CI and

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    College S J Belvedere College S J Blackrock College Jesus and Mary College Galway Education Centre Our Lady s School Terenure Resource Teaching Pack Sample Test Gallery Video Forum About Us UCD Confucius Institute Staff Members Contact Contact Us UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland University College Dublin Belfield Dublin 4 Republic of Ireland Tel 353 1 716 3000 Fax 353 1 716 3030 E Mail china ucd ie Our offices

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    people Register for our evening classes now from only 150 Read More A joint venture between the Office of Chinese Language Council International Hanban RUC and UCD Read more Home Chinese Health Regimen Category Evening Courses Written by Super User February 9 2016 Introduction In the modern age the first and most important benefit of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts is Health Professor Liu will be teaching regular Health Regimen classes in UCD Confucius Institute This is a traditional part of Chinese Wushu and translates directly to Healthy Body Chi Skill It combines mental discipline with breathing and physical actions Stretching the body following clear focussed direction to achieve a flexible supple and healthy body This class will include exercises from Eight Trigrams boxing Five Animals Games Daoyin Shu and the Book of Changes exercise Thanks for sharing About The Author Super User Close Related Articles E Evening Courses C Chinese for Beginners Level 1 P Post Beginner Chinese Level 2 Events CII Spring Festival Gala 2016 Feb 18 2016 Read more View all events Projects CII Irish and Chinese governments to co finance new building for UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland Read more Confucius PhD Forum Read more View all projects Chinese Class for Children Introduction Video of UCD Confucius Institute for Ireland HSK YCT TEST Chinese language test Proficiency tests to suit all Read more CHINESE COURSE We offer a range of evening courses that are open to anyone Read more INTRODUCTION OF CII The mission of us is to work with the Irish government and academia Read more EVENING COURSES Chinese for Beginners Level 1 Post Beginner Chinese Level 2 Pre Intermediate Chinese Level 3 Lower Intermediate Chinese Level 4 Intermediate Chinese Level 5 Upper intermediate Chinese Level 6 Advanced Chinese Multi skill On Line Chinese Course Chinese

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