Partner Organizations



Ocean University China, Our Partner University
Hanban (Confucius Institute Headquarters)

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News
Feb 29 '12

HSK: Chinese Proficiency Test now offered at TAMU

date: 
18 Mar 2012 - 3:48pm
Feb 14 '12

Tai Chi Wonder

College Station, Texas – February, 2012-Tai Chi has long been recognized for its benefits in health maintenance and therapy. Now it has improved the quality of life for an American practitioner, Angela, 82, who participated in a three week pilot class of Tai Chi for Fall Prevention at the Confucius Institute at Texas A&M University in January. In a letter to the Tai Chi teacher, Suzanne Droleskey, Assistant Vice President for International Programs at Texas A&M, she wrote:

Dear Suzanne,

Feb 8 '12

Lunar New year Celebration at Texas A&M

Hanban News
Jan 30 '12

6th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration at Texas A&M

College Station, Texas, January 26 – Over 2,300 students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M University as well as members of the Bryan and College Station communities gathered to welcome the year of the dragon at the 6th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration on January 26, 2012. This year’s celebration was organized by the Confucius Institute (CI), Department of International Affairs, and Dining Services. The event was also supported by a generous donation from Wells Fargo Bank.

Jan 10 '12

Come Celebrate the Year of the Dragon

The Confucius Institute at Texas A&M University cordially invites you to this year’s Lunar New Year Celebration and Dinner at Sbisa Dining Center at 6:00 pm on January 26th. The celebration promises to be a wonderful evening beginning with a traditional Lion Dance and Kung Fu presentation outside Sbisa. In addition to the great performances, Sbisa Dining Center will be serving a diverse Asian buffet dinner in honor of the Lunar New Year. This year, we are proud to announce that we will feature two prestigious guest chefs from Pho John’s and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

date: 
26 Jan 2012 - 6:00pm - 6:30pm
Dec 8 '11

Tai Chi Class Schedule for 2012 (Registration Now Open)

1. Brazos Healing Center

a. Tai Chi for Fall Prevention
i. January 10-26 Tuesdays/Thursdays 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm

Nov 9 '11

Tsinghua University English Summer Camp Application Deadline

date: 
27 Jan 2012 (All day)
Jun 27 '11

TAMU Cadets Engage Chinese Counterparts

Texas A&M University cadets with Ocean University of China National Defense basketball team following the basketball match

From May 19-30, 2011, twenty-four Texas A&M University cadets traveled to China and Taiwan to participate in the 2011 Corps of Cadets International Excursion-East Asia program. Through this high-impact international learning experience, the cadets were afforded the opportunity to visit key cultural sites in the cities of Beijing, Qingdao and Taipei, and to participate in briefings and lectures from key US and Chinese military and government leaders, academics and journalists.

Jun 8 '11

Texas A&M Cadets Meet OUC National Defense Students

Aggie Cadet with OUC cadet

On the afternoon of May 26th, 2011, a friendly meeting was held between 24 cadets from Texas A&M University and some National Defense students OUC campus. The cadets were led by OUC professor, Ms. Wang Qingyun, who is currently also a professor in the Confucius Institute at Texas A&M University.

May 2 '11

Aggies in China: Rising to the Challenge

President R. Bowen Loftin with Aggies participating in Study Abroad to China, Summer 2011

This summer, nearly 100 Texas A&M students, the largest number ever, will travel to China, part of a growing number of Aggies opting to travel to China, to learn more about the culture, language, history, and society of the world’s largest nation. The University is sponsoring numerous programs this summer to increase the number of students with experience in China, including a program in which 25 members of the Corps of Cadets will travel to China and Taiwan to gain a deeper understanding of the geopolitics and pressures facing this rising giant.