Resources for Current Students
Chinese Tidings Lecture Series
Chinese Tidings is an annual series of lectures presented entirely in Chinese. Offered to stimulate discussions on a range of topics while forstering cultural literacy and language skills, the series is open to native speakers of Chinese, students of the language, and even those with no proficiency, since simultaneous summary translations are provided throughout the lectures by Flagship students.
Chinese Tidings is another activity sponsored by the IU Center for Chinese Language Pedagogy and the IU Chinese Flagship Centers to increase opportunities for authentic interaction in Chinese.
2010/2011 Lecture Series
Cross-Strait Marriages in a Changing Cross-Strait Political Environment
Professor Sara Friedman - 04/21/2011
China, The Global Economic Crisis, and the East Asian Developmental Model
Professor Ho-fung Hung - 02/17/2011
An Analysis of the Characteristics, Trends, and Economic Impact of China's Anti-Dumping Activity
Ph.D Student Edwin Darlington Way - 01/20/2011
Linguistic Issues in Chinese-English Translations: The Case of Relative Clauses
Professor Chien-Jer Charles Lin - 11/11/2010
Tension, Transformation, and Transcendance: A Brief Discussion about Traditional Chinese Love Stories
Professor Manling Luo - 09/14/2010