A variety of opportunities to teach, study, and research in China are available to UK students and faculty through the UK Confucius Institute.
In an upcoming lecture titled "Chinese-American Educational Exchanges: A Window on the Bilateral Relationship," David Adams will explore the growing partnership between two of the world's largest powers.
To celebrate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, UK Libraries will be showcasing Chinese art in William T. Young Library.
Former governor of Utah, 2012 presidential candidate and former U.S. Ambassador to China and Singapore Gov. Jon Huntsman will visit the University of Kentucky in late February.
During the summer of 2013, a delegation of University of Kentucky faculty had the opportunity to travel and teach abroad in China. Organized by the Confucius Institute, the trip placed 29 faculty members at the bustling Shanghai University.
Huajing Maske, director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Kentucky, has received a 2013 Confucius Institute Individual Performance Excellence Award.
A free public lecture by Asano-Tamanoi titled "Transnational 'Manchuria,' Trans-nationalized Japan, and the Future of Postwar Japan" will begin 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Alumni Gallery of Young Library.
The 3rd Anniversary Celebration Concert will spotlight string music, the pipa, martial arts and other musical talents from Shanghai. The free concert will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, at the Singletary Center.
The people, lands and livelihood of Inner Mongolia and Kentucky come together in celebration next week in "Living Landscapes," a weeklong festival of international arts and culture.
by Whitney Hale & Grace Liddle