Posts tagged with ‘China’

UNNC to complete the semester online

Staff and students at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo (UNNC) will complete the remaining weeks of […]

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The Law Governing all Laws: Daoism and Happiness

This free online event, which takes place on Thursday 22 April, between and 6pm and 7pm, will explore the philosophy established by Laozi over 2,000 years ago which still influences everyday life in China and serves as a rich source for dealing with how we feel and how these teachings are within everyone’s reach.

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University of Nottingham Ningbo China receives award for COVID-19 response

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) has been recognised for its response to the COVID-19 […]

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China’s diplomacy: what sort of ‘Community of Shared Future for Mankind’ and what might it mean for Taiwan?

The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted to announce a Public Lecture by Charlie Parton OBE, Associate Fellow, Royal United Services Institute and Consultant Owner for China Ink.

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Traditional Political Order in China’s World: The Confucian-legalist State and its Impact

A public talk by Professor WANG Zhengxu of Fudan University’s Department of Politics.

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Project Transform: learning the lessons

The University has published an independent review of Project Transform, together with an apology to our […]

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Survival Mandarin – free language course for UoN staff and students

Considering studying or working in UNNC or other parts of China but unable to speak any […]

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Survival Mandarin – free lunchtime language course

The Nottingham Confucius Institute is offering a free lunchtime language course for staff and students.

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Chinese New Year 2019

Nottingham Lakeside Arts welcomes the Year of the Pig.

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A new era in democratic Taiwan book launch

Trajectories and Turning Points in Politics and Cross-Strait Relations Edited by Jonathan Sullivan and Chun-Yi Lee.

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