Archive for month: December, 2019
The first Macao Forum on Education in Humanities and Social Sciences was held at the University of Macau (UM) recently. Co-organised by UM’s Macao Base for Primary & Secondary Education in Humanities & Social Sciences and Centre for Chinese History and Culture, the forum aimed to promote collaboration between UM and local schools in the fields of humanities and social sciences as well as to explore new avenues for education in the fields.
UM scholars and representatives from various primary and secondary schools in Macao participated in the forum and had in-depth discussions on issues related to the creation of an environment that is conducive to education in humanities and social sciences.
UM’s University Council Chair Lam Kam Seng and UM Rector Yonghua Song met with forum participants. UM’s Vice Rector Billy So delivered a speech in which he stressed the significance of the forum, saying that it was part of UM’s effort to promote education in humanities and social sciences in partnership with local schools.
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In response to the national plan for the construction of the Greater Bay Area and improve Macau teachers and students’ understanding of history and culture of the Mainland, 25 teachers and postgraduate students of the Centre for Chinese History and Culture of the University of Macau went to Zhuhai for cultural investigations to strengthen the sense of culture,. The expedition started on November 30, 2019. It took two days to investigate the representative cultural addresses of Zhuhai.
Teacher Zheng Dehua introduced the history
Based on the goals to combine history, culture, and education, this inspection visited Qi’ao Island, New Garden, and Beishan Courtyard, each with Chinese and Western characteristics. Teachers and students believe that we are familiar with and love the history and culture of the motherland . With this sense of identity and pride, Macau residents should actively participate in the construction of the Great Bay Area and contribute to the prosperity of the motherland.
Please refer to the Chinese Version for more details: 澳門大學中國歷史文化中心珠海文化考察
” The 7th International Conference of World Travel Witting in Chinese ” organized by the Macao Foundation, the Chinese University of Hong Kong United College and “Ming Pao Monthly”in Hong Kong, co-organized by the Centre for Chinese History and Culture of the University of Macau and the World Chinese Literature Association, has been held in 2019. It was successfully held in Macau for two consecutive days from November 26th to 27th. More than 70 well-known writers and scholars from the Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan ,Japan and South Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, Egypt, Iran and France gathered in Macau to conduct academic discussions on the theme of ” Tour of Tea Culture “. The seminar opened at 9:30 am on the 26th at the University of Macau. Zhong Yi, Interim Chairman of the administrative council of the Macao Foundation. Xu Jie, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Macau, and Bei Junqi, Consultant of the Preparatory Committee for the 7th International Conference of World Travel Witting in Chinese. President of the seminar and President of World Chinese Travel Literature Association Pan Yaoming attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech, together with Ms. Chen Haiyu of Shenzhen JinLuan Co., Ltd., Tutor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Professor of Department of Chinese ,Zhang Shuangqing, Chairman of Guangdong Danxia Tianxiong Tea Co., Ltd. Xie Jinzhi,interim director of the Centre for Chinese History and Culture of University of Macau Zhu Shoutong, together to cut the ribbon for the conference.
Please refer to Chinese version for details:第七屆世界華文旅遊文學國際學術研討會圓滿舉行 體驗各地茶文化之美