UM receives book donation from renowned poet Fu Tianhong

Fu Tianhong, a renowned poet, writer, collector, and publisher, recently donated his collection of books and documents to the University of Macau (UM) to support the work of the university’s Centre for Chinese History and Culture. The donated books and documents will become part of a collection of contemporary Chinese poems in the UM library for the perusal by faculty members, students, and literary researchers. The donation ceremony was jointly held by the UM library and the Centre for Chinese History and Culture.

Yonghua Song(1st from right) and Fu Tianhong (2nd from right)

Fu Tianhong (1st from right) and Zhu Shoutong (2nd from right)

A group photo

Source: Faculty of Arts and Humanities

The Plan to Cultivate the Masters of Chinese History and Culture in 2020 has been Successfully Completed

The Plan to Cultivate the Masters of Chinese History and Culture in 2020 has been Successfully Completed

To improve the ability of primary and secondary teachers in disseminating Chinese history and culture and cultivate the teachers in this discipline, the Centre for Chinese History and Culture and Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, Macao have jointly offered the third “The Plan to Cultivate the Masters of Chinese History and Culture”. The series of courses were completed in the hall of Escola Secundária Luso-Chinesa de Luís Gonzaga Gomes, which were from 26th September to 11th October.

The University of Macau Library “The Reader” Project Launch and Macau Juveniles Audio Book Release Ceremony

The University of Macau Library held the ” The University of Macau Library “The Reader” Project Launch and Macau Juveniles Audio Book Release Ceremony” on October 28th at the lakeside of the University Pavilion. Macao Teenager Newspaper has injected new life into it.

 

UM signs collaboration agreement with GACSM and Matteo Ricci College on promotion of Chinese history and culture

Matteo Ricci College has become the fifth secondary school in Macao to sign a collaboration agreement with the University of Macau (UM) Centre for Chinese History and Culture and the General Association of Chinese Students of Macau (GACSM) on the promotion of Chinese history and culture. The collaboration aims to increase local students’ interest in learning about Chinese history and traditional culture and to foster a sense of belonging. The other four schools that have previously signed the agreement are Pui Ching Middle School, Escola Choi Nong Chi Tai, Macau Baptist College, and Escola Catolica Estrela do Mar.

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The three parties sign a collaboration agreement on the promotion of Chinese history and culture

“Literary criticism and life — the fourth cross-strait Chinese literature seminar” closing ceremony

“Literary criticism and life — the fourth cross-strait Chinese literature seminar” was held on the Open University of Hong Kong Jockey Club campus on December 8, 2018. More than 30 writers and scholars from Asia and Europe were invited to attend the event. The lecture focuses on the theme of “literary criticism and life” and […]

CCHC Activity Sharing: Jiangxi Red Cultural Visit for the teachers and promotional ambassadors of the Promotional Bases of Chinese History and Culture

The beauty of Chinese characters|Professor Yu Dan came to UM to give a lecture

On December 13th, Centre for Chinese History and Culture (CCHC)  of University of Macau invited the famous cultural scholar Professor Yu Dan of the Beijing Normal University to give a lecture with the theme of “The Beauty of Chinese Characters walk into UM” for all students. The lecture attracted more than 100 teachers and students to participate in the event. The atmosphere was lively and full of seats. 

 

Before the lecture, Professor Zhu Shoutong, deputy director of  Center for Chinese History and Culture, presented books Chinese New Culture Centennial History and his handwritten calligraphy works to Professor Yu Dan on behalf of the center. Professor Yu also gave back the books to express her gratitude.
Professor Yu gave a speech on Chinese characters from the bloody genes of Chinese culture, which led to questioning of the root of personal culture. First of all, Macao as a “cross-cultural bridge”,  is both ancient and modern, coexisting in China and the West, different and harmonious. she affirms the diversity and inclusiveness of Macao culture and appreciates respect of Macao people. The communication between China and the West must be based on words, and language is the bridge. Language is the most important communication tool for human beings. Professor Yu combined with Chinese traditional culture, with a subtle language and vivid narrative, shared the beauty of Chinese characters to the audience.

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1.“漢字之美”亮相澳門 促進多元文化溝通-澳亞網