Free Chinese Culture Seminars

Learn more about Chinese culture through seminars.

The MLC will be presenting a series of FREE Chinese Culture Seminars just for our international friends in Taiwan! The MLC believes that 'language' and 'culture' go hand in hand. While learning Mandarin, you can also experience and learn more about Chinese culture.

Experience both through a series of 10 seminars!
The original tuition value is NT$20,000 per person!

Find out how you qualify and how you can register!
Also, invite your international friends to come along and join us!

How to Register:
1. All international citizens or international students enrolled in any other university may enroll for one free session with no other conditions attached.
2. Please come in person to our Mandarin Learning Center located at No. 231, Jianguo South Road, Section 2, 4F, Room 406, to register.
3. All classes and course materials are free of charge. Limited seats are available, please register early to guarantee your attendance at the seminar.

Notes:
1. Any international citizens - including currently enrolled in Mandarin Learning Center (MLC) students at the Chinese Culture University - is qualified to introduce a friend to the MLC for this program.
2. The person who is introduced to the Mandarin Learning Center (MLC) at the Chinese Culture University must not be a currently enrolled student at the MLC and must not have enrolled at the MLC for at least 3 months to qualify.
 
 




Time

Topics

Available Sessions

Original price

Special Price

Class Introduction

2020/01/17

Flower Arrangement

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Introducing the national flower of Taiwan and what we can make from it. This lesson will also teach you how to arrange beautiful flower.

2020/02/07 

Chinese Knotting

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Chinese knots are being widely used and practiced, their usage goes from jewelry to daily necessities. This class will teach students about making accessories and practical bookmarks.

2020/03/20 

Confucius Temple Tour

15:30-17:30

2000元

0元

Temples and Confucius are a concrete symbol of Chinese Confucian culture. By the Ming and Ching Dynasties, Confucius temples were called Confucian schools, to serve as centers for Confucian study and education in general.

2020/04/24

Chinese Massage

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Chinese massage includes common acupuncture points and common massage techniques. It shows the causes of back pain and teaches methods of daily massage and health care.

2020/05/22

Taiwan Mahjong

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Mahjong is not only a popular leisure activity for Chinese people, it is also a good way to spend time with friends, and if you're lucky you could win some money.

2020/06/26

Chinese paper-cutting 

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Chinese Paper Cutting (jianzhi) is one of the oldest Chinese art styles. Typically the artwork are used in festivals, as it symbolizes luck and happiness.

2020/07/17 

Tai-Chi

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

The name "Tai chi chuan" is derived from the Taiji symbol, commonly known in the West as the "yin-yang" diagram. Tai chi chuan is, therefore, said in literature preserved in its oldest schools to be a study of yin (receptive) and yang (active) principles, using terminology found in the Chinese classics, especially the I Ching and the Tao Te Ching.

2020/08/21

Chinese Chess

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Chess is a traditional Chinese two-player board game. In recent years, there were efforts to promote the game to an international scale. Chess has a long history and is loved by the Chinese people. It is a common pastime after a meal.

2020/09/25

Dough Figurine

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Dough figurine is a traditional folk art. It involves sharp color contrast, delicate technique, and being done by using one's own fingers by rubbing and twisting, using a knife for cutting, and a needle for piercing, creating realistic life like images, and can be used as a memorable gift for friends.

2020/10/23 

Survival Taiwanese

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Learn basic Taiwanese, including its intonation differences and the rules that lies behind them. Also, find out why the Taiwanese language uses romanized characters, what's the difference between romanized characters and Hanyu Pinyin, and how to use them to make learning Taiwanese easier for you!

2020/11/20 

Seal Carving 

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Seal Engraving (zhuanke) is a form of art that refers to carving a pattern into the bottom surface of the seal. In this class, you will be able to make your own personalized seal.

2020/12/18

Chinese Calligraphy

1st Session
10:00-12:00

2nd Session
13:30-15:30

2000元

0元

Chinese calligraphy is an art unique to Asian cultures. Qin (a string musical instrument), and Qi (a strategic boardgame) ,Shu (calligraphy), Hua (painting), are the four basic skills and disciplines of the Chinese literati.