Chinese Culture

Traditional Customs for Chinese Spring festival

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
January 29, 2015
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Chinese Spring festival is coming soon and we can already feel people are preparing for this festival.

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Advice and Tips

English teaching Job Scams in China

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
January 29, 2015
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Teaching English in China is wonderful opportunity and experience especially for foreigners. It is not only good chance for them to earn lot of money but it is good opportunity to to make good friends, learn Chinese language and start your international career off.

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Campus Life | Tongji University

UN and Tongji working together for a Green University

Alejandro CáceresAlejandro Cáceres
January 29, 2015
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Director of UNEP's Regional Support Office, Mr. Munyaradzi Chenje visited Tongji University.  Source: UNEP-Tongji IESD Database

Director of UNEP’s Regional Support Office, Mr. Munyaradzi Chenje visited Tongji University.
Source: UNEP-Tongji IESD Database

The colaboration between the United Nations Environmental Programme and Tongji University keep giving great results, with an ongoing Master and PhD program as well as a yearly International Students Conference now the expansion of events are aiming to training for Majors from African countries. this is why on 25 January, the Director of UNEP’s Regional Support Office, Mr. Munyaradzi Chenje visited Tongji University. His aim was to review the UNEP-Tongji partnership and talk about further cooperation through cpacity building and technology transfer. 

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Dining | News

The Great Salamander Feast

KyleKyle
January 29, 2015
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Chinese-Giant Salamander

A Chinese Giant Salamander as eaten at the banquet
“2009 Andrias davidianus” by J. Patrick Fischer – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

We’ve all heard icky stories about Chinese cuisine. Don’t get me wrong, Chinese food is delicious. But we all know where to go in our respective cities if we want top munch on something a little more… exotic.

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Admissions Processes | Scholarships | Tongji University

Scholarships for the United Nations Environmental Programme in Tongji

Alejandro CáceresAlejandro Cáceres
January 29, 2015
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UNEP IESD Graduation Source: UNEP-Tongji IESD Database

UNEP IESD Graduation
Source: UNEP-Tongji IESD Database

In our previous post we have share some of the events that the UNEP-Tongji IESD promotes and organize in China. Now the program is opening its 2015 schedule with the call for applications from all over the world. Here we will describe some of the parameters that are expected and the opportunities to get a full scholarship.

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Chinese Culture | Event

China Annual Events 2015

Rami OthmanOthman Rami
January 28, 2015
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 China Annual Events 2015

China Annual Events 2015

China has several annual festivals and events during the year, most of these events back to old Chinese ancient and strongly related to Chinese culture. It’s very important to get familiar with these events and customs, joining these events, exchange greeting and gifts is very essential for better relationship with Chinese people, such knowledge is an important for foreigners in the first place to live with Chinese, study language and culture. Chinese lunar new year is the year of the Sheep and falls on Feb 19,2015.

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News | Scholarships

China to Increase Scholarship Funding for Foreign Students

SamSam Fowler
January 28, 2015
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According to Chinese media reports, a new scholarship system will be introduced that offers more financial support for foreign students studying in China. The Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Education jointly announced the new initiative for international scholars that choose China to study in.

China to Increase Scholarship Funding for Foreign Students

Those studying in China will see scholarships increased

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Chinese Culture | Healthcare | News

Poor sexual education behind high abortion rate in China

Baudin PierreBaudin Pierre
January 28, 2015
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Credit: english.cntv.cn

Sex is still considered a taboo in China and this fact is maybe behind China’s high abortion rate. Public concerns over sex education for young people increase and experts are calling for cooperation from health departments and parents to protect young women.

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Advice and Tips | News

VPN’s Being Blocked in China

KyleKyle
January 27, 2015
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VPN's Blocked in China

VPN’s will soon be blocked in China

Online life in China can be frustrating as an expat when all you want to do is look at photos of friends on Facebook or watch a funny clip on Youtube. Getting use to the internet restrictions takes time, but eventually you’d either deal with it or find a way around.

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Campus Life | Chinese Culture

‘Things Chinese People Say’ To Foreigners in China

SamSam Fowler
January 26, 2015
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It is’t often that a video depicting the life of a foreigner in China is even close to being accurate. However, ‘Things Chinese People Say’  hits the nail on the head.

Things Chinese People Say to Foreigners in China

Image of the video

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