2017 Summer Service Learning Program in Rural China (SSLP)
Posted Tue, 2/7/2017
  The Summer Service Learning Program in Rural China offers an opportunity for WSU students and other interested individuals to see the REAL China by volunteering to teach English in the Chinese countryside!
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Link clas.wayne.edu/ci/Summer-Service-Learning-Program-in-Rural-China
 
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Summer Program in China Orientation
Posted Wed, 1/18/2017
Author John Brender
  Students and parents interested in participating in the High School Summer Bridge Program in China are invited to an orientation on Monday, January 30, from 6-7 PM.
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Link clas.wayne.edu/ci/high-school-summer-camp-in-china
 
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Free Mobile Application for the "Learn a Chinese Phrase" Video Series
Posted Mon, 1/4/2016
  Our Confucius Institute has published a free mobile app for our "Learn a Chinese Phrase" video series
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China Corner: Practice Your Chinese
Posted Sun, 1/3/2016
  Join us Monday-Wednesday in a friendly and relaxed environment to practice your Chinese with native speakers! All WSU students at all levels are welcome!
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K-12 Outreach
Posted Thu, 12/31/2015
  "K-12 Outreach Program provides opportunities for students to interact and practice their Mandarin Chinese with volunteers. It also provides a learning experience for students to explore different cultures." Fang MacCallumMhor.
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Link clas.wayne.edu/ci/K-12-Outreach
 
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Confucius Cafe
Posted Sun, 1/4/2015
  The Confucius Cafe is a comfortable setting for students and faculty interested in topics related to China. Each Thursday between noon and 1 PM, invited speakers present on topics ranging from Chinese art and culture to economic and social co
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