A delegation from the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao Special Administrative Region visited the Centre for Chinese History and Culture (16/12/2020)

“Professional development activities for teaching staff – topics of Chinese, Portuguese and education” by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau and Centre for Chinese History and Culture

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the Macao Base for Primary & Second Education in Humanities & Social Science co-organized the “Professional development activities for teaching staff – topics of Chinese, Portuguese and education” .The target students are primary and secondary school teachers in Macao.

The courses “Training Method and Skills of the Sense of Mandarin” of  Prof. SIO Chio Ieong, who is of Department of Chinese Language and Literature are welcomed by school teachers in Macao.“ Appreciation and Creation of Couplets” of Prof. TANG Keng Pan, who of Department of Chinese Language and Literature. “PLE:O cultural na expressao linguistica e a lingua na expressao cultural” of Prof. AO Sio Heng,  who is of Department of Portuguese. “Definicao e fixacao de padroes e de instrumentos nnormativos na educacao em linguas” of Prof. Jose Fernando Lino Pascoal, who is of Department of Portuguese. In total, there are about 30 students in each class and more than 120 teachers participated in the 11 hours’ courses.

The courses “Training Method and Skills of the Sense of Mandarin” of  Prof. SIO Chio Ieong

“ Appreciation and Creation of Couplets” of Prof. TANG Keng Pan

A Series of Academic Exhibitions on Studies in Critical Situation during Critical Times by the Centre for Chinese History and Culture of the University of Macau

In order to systematically display the research results of the humanities researchers of UM in this pandemic period, the Centre for Chinese History and Culture of FAH has invited professors from departments related to humanities to deliver lectures via online channel on the main theme of “The Consciousness of Critical Situation and Hardship in Chinese Traditional Culture”, at the end of the year 2020.

The lectures via online channel were delivered successfully. The lectures series include the topics of “The Consciousness of Critical Situation and Hardship in Chinese Traditional Culture” of Prof. YEUNG SIU KWAI from Faculty of Education,  “Endless life in difficult times: Views of Macao University Students on the Value and Significance of Chinese Traditional Culture” of Prof. GONG YANG from Faculty of Education, “Cultural Responsibility in disaster” of Prof. TANG CHON CHIT from Department of  Chinese Language and Literature of Faculty of Arts and Humanities,  “The issue of epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic method – the role of regulating immune response in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19” of Prof. CHEN XIN from Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences, “The Public Sphere and Urban Management in Contemporary China: Historical Considerations during COVID-19” of Prof. WANG DI from Department of History of Faculty of Arts and Humanities. These lectures were popular among students in University of Macau. Hundreds of students participated in the lectures actively and indicated that these lectures inspired them a lot to think about the pandemic period in China deeply, and it is of great significance for deeply understanding the Culture of Critical Situation in China.

The Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the Confucius Institute Greatly Supported the 65th Anniversary Activities of Escola Estrela do Mar

The Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the Confucius Institute Greatly Supported the 65th Anniversary Activities of Escola Estrela do Mar

To celebrate the 65th School Anniversary, Escola Estrela do Mar School held the celebration carnival in 6thDec. Among lots of activities, the ancient costume wearing and photo shooting activity has gained strong support of the Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the Confucius Institute, University of Macau.

A delegation from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism visited the Centre for Chinese History and Culture(10/12/2020)

UM holds forum on Chinese culture

“Professional development activities for teaching staff – topics of Social Science and Humanities” by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau and Centre for Chinese History and Culture

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the Macao Base for Primary & Second Education in Humanities & Social Science co-organized the “Professional development activities for teaching staff – topics of Social Science and Humanities” from November to December in 2020.The target students are primary and secondary school teachers in Macao.

The courses “Macao’s Native Literature” of Prof. TAM Mei Leng , who is of Department of Chinese Language and Literature .“From Eastern and Western cultural perspective—-the Era of Great Navigation and Food Culture of Macao” of Prof. PANG Hoi Ling, who is of Department of Chinese Language and Literature . “The talk of spirit of Lianfeng”, “Stone Inscribed Poems of Mazu: A Microcosm of Macao’s Modern History” of Prof. TANG Keng Pan, who is of Department of Chinese Language and Literature. “History and Material Culture: Using ‘Things’ as a Lens into the past” of Prof. Mario Cams, who is of Department of History. “Teaching the History of Globalization” of Prof. Joshua Ehrlich , who is of Department of History. In total, there are about 30 students in each class and more than 200 teachers participated in the 14 hours’ courses.

The courses “Macao’s Native Literature” of Prof. TAM Mei Leng

“From Eastern and Western cultural perspective—-the Era of Great Navigation and Food Culture of Macao” of Prof. PANG Hoi Ling

“The talk of spirit of Lianfeng” of Prof. TANG Keng Pan

“Stone Inscribed Poems of Mazu: A Microcosm of Macao’s Modern History” of Prof. TANG Keng Pan