Confucius Cooking Class
For our last class of the semester, we will be demonstrating two dishes: pot stickers and seafood delights. The class will demonstrate step-by-step instructions and students will have the opportunity to give it a try.
UNL East Campus
Leverton Hall 206
May 1, 2017
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Happy Chinese New Year!
The Confucius Institute wishes everyone a Happy Chinese New Year! As we welcome the arrival of a new spring, we hope this year will bring joy and prosperity.
In observance of the holiday, there will be no classes on January 28th through February 1st. Classes will resume according to the normal scheduel on February 2nd.
Due to inclement weather, there will be no Confucius Institute Chinese classes today, January 17, 2017. Chinese 101 and 102 will resume as normal next week and will be made up if necissary at the end of the semester.
Sounds of China
September 28, 2016 7:30 PM at the Lied Center for Performing Arts
Chinese Film Festival
Join us for the 2016 Chinese Film Festival. Free and open to the public! Between September 30 and October 5, we will be showing three Chinese films at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center (313 N. 13th St. Lincoln, NE). The three films are Cold War, The Great Magician, and Beijing, New York.
Friday, September 30: BEIJING, NEW YORK @ 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 1: COLD WAR @ 7 p.m.
Fall 2016 HSK Exam
Register by October 13th!
HSK is the official test administered by the Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters to assess learners’ proficiency in Chinese language and to select participants for Conficius Institute Scholarships. The Confucius Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a test center for HSK and will hold the test twice every year. Anyone in Nebraska is welcome to register and participate in the test. Click here for more information.
Documentary: My Life in China
Documentary on the American dream and identity for Chinese immigrants to the United States showing at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center at 7 PM. Admission: $9.50
*Note: This event is not sponored by the Confucius Institute
MY LIFE IN CHINA
My father fled the Cultural Revolution in 1966. After risking his life to get to America, he started our family in Boston. But when his restaurant went bankrupt and my mom got sick, he began to feel like he’d failed at the American Dream.