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What makes the Confucius Institute at the University of the Philippines, a great destination to mark the "Year of the Dog from February 13-15, 2018?"

时间:2018-02-27 15:49:55  来源:  作者:

Dr. Lourdes Tanhueco-Nepomuceno

Director, Confucius Institute-UP

The Confucius Institute at the University of the Philippines (CI-UP) joined forces with the UP Chinese Students Association (UPCSA) for a 3-day cultural programs that brought partner institutions together which have been benefiting from our Chinese-language teachers: the Bureau of Immigration, Department of Foreign Affairs-Foreign Service Institute, University of Makati, Mabalacat City College, and City College of Angeles (CCA).

CI-UP Philippines has a vision for preserving the best of Chinese culture and recognizes the impact of Chinese-Filipinos to the Philippines’ culture and identity. Here are the highlights of this year’s celebration of the Chinese Spring Festival:

·         “Redefining Made in China” showcased the Chinese inventions and achievements

·         “Tempo of China” is a photo exhibit of Contemporary China

·         Chinese cultural songs and dances extravaganza entertained the students, faculty, staff, community and CI-UP partners

·         Dog show organized jointly with the Compassion and Responsibility for Animals group

·         Wuzhu and Beyond

·         Grand Pakain included dumpling-making, noodles, etc.

·         Mask-making, Mandarin 101, paper-cutting and folding, calligraphy, Chinese games

In his message for the Chinese New Year, Philippine President Rodrigo R. Duterte said the Philippines shares a long and colorful history” with the Chinese. This enduring friendship has contributed to our rich culture, stimulated trade between our nations and fortified the foundation of our continuing quest for economic development.

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Ribbon-cutting: from left: UPSCA president, Stephen Nathan; Kuo; Mabalacat City College President, Dr. Carmelita Sotto; University of Makati Director Cynthia Jose; CI-UP Director, Dr. Lourdes Tanhueco-Nepomuceno; Bureau of Immigration Student Visa Processing Desk Chief Eduardo C. Arcilla; Department of Foreign Affairs FSI Language Programs section head, Nona C. Mangahis; UP Diliman Chancellor Dr. Michae L. Tan; UPSCA adviser, Prof. Jose Wendell P. Capili

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Exhibits:  “Redefining Made in China” showcasing Chinese inventions and achievements

“Tempo of China” is a photo exhibit of Contemporary China

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Joining the 2018 CI-UP Chinese Spring Festival celebration are some of the CI-UP Partners: Bureau of Immigration, Department of Foreign Affairs-FSI, University of Makati, City College of Angeles, Mabalacat City College, UP Chinese Student Association.

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Chinese songs and dances rendered by CI-UP partner, City College of Angeles Mandarin students.

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CI-UP Director, Dr. Lourdes Tanhueco-Nepomuceno welcome the VIPs, students, faculty, staff, alumni, communities, and partner colleges and universities.

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CI-UP Chairman, UP Diliman Chancellor, Dr. Michael L. Tan delivered a Chinese Spring festival message

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Wuzhou and Beyond

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Dog show organized by CI-UP, UPSCA and the Compassion and Responsibility for Animals team.

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Dumpling-making

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A type of sport in which two teams show their strength by pulling against each other at the opposite ends of a rope, and each team tries to pull the other over a line on the ground. 拔河比. (Translation of “tug of war”)

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Chinese Checkers

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Jianzi (sipa in tagalog) is a Chinese ancient game,

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