Organised by the Confucius Institute
Location: The Irish Tyneside Centre
Time/Date: 30th January 2014, 18:30 - 22:00
The Confucius Institute at Newcastle University cordially invites you to the Chinese New Year’s Eve Dumpling Party to be held at The Irish Tyneside Centre (right at the Chinatown Gate) on the 30th
January starting from 6:30pm. To have dumplings (jiaozi) on New Year’s Eve is a custom in many parts of China. We will serve hot dumplings to all. The evening will also feature dumpling-making demonstrations and hands-on practices, some traditional Chinese variety shows, music and ballroom dancing.
Screening and Q&A of Award Winning Documentary
Location: Culture Lab
Time/Date: 5th December 2013, 17:15 - 20:00
The award winning documentary Algorithms, directed by new Newcastle University lecturer Ian McDonald will be screened at Culture Lab, Newcastle University on 5 Dec 2013, at 5.15 pm.
Experiencing Conference Interpreting at first hand. All welcome!
Location: Old Library Building
Time/Date: 5th December 2013 - 13th December 2013, 09:00 - 16:00
Guest speakers from various backgrounds will gather to share their thoughts at which promises to be two enjoyable and informative days. The working languages of our conference are English and Chinese. Students from T&I Stage II will provide consecutive interpreting services on site to help you overcome any linguistic barriers. We look forward to seeing you! For the most up-to-date programm "like" the School of Modern Languages on our Facebook Fan Page.
Impressions from a succesful multidisciplinary workshop
Location: Research Beehive, 2.20, Old Library Building, Newcastle University, UK
Time/Date: 21st November 2013, 09:00 - 17:00
The multidisciplinary workshop entitled ‘Tourism in the Americas’ took place Thursday 21st November 2013 at the Research Beehive, OLB. Organised by the Americas Research Group
at Newcastle University
. This very thought-provoking event, well attended by first year PhD students from other Newcastle University schools, fostered very interesting discussions about a wide range of topics related to tourism in the Americas. The workshop was co-organised by Dr Fernando González (SML), 3rd Year PhD Candidate Sarah Duggan and Dr Jane Carnaffan (GPS).
Brazil Day with SML lecturers
Location: Devonshire Building G21/22
Time/Date: 20th November 2013, 09:00 - 18:00
Jens Hentschke spoke during the Brazil Day 2013. Now online: powerpoint presentation The development of Higher Education in Brazil
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