Lancaster University Confucius Institute would like to wish everyone a very Happy Lunar New Year! Welcome to the Year of the Ox!
The Lancaster University Staff Awards are a way to recognise achievements and effort made by individuals and groups within the University. We are delighted that the 2020 Staff Awards have recognised the Confucius Institute team for an Outstanding Contribution Award.
Confucius Institutes have a newly-established support and governance structure.
Our four free online Chinese summer schools for students in KS2, KS3, KS4 and 6th Form will explore Chinese cities, food, culture and language.
The CI took part in the 2nd Fylde Coast International Women's Day Festival at Blackpool Sixth Form College
The Consul General of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in Manchester, Mr Zheng Xiyuan, was welcomed on his first visit to the University last week with tours of the Confucius Institute, Lancaster Environment Centre, Faculty of Health and Medicine and the Engineering and Physics Departments.
Chinese New Year is always an exciting time for us at the Confucius Institute!
Lancaster University Confucius Institute (LUCI) has been named as a 2019 ‘Confucius Institutes of the Year’ after being selected from more than 563 global institutions for the title.
On Sunday 10th November we were delighted to welcome the brilliant pianist and versatile composer Yuanfan Yang to perform at The Priory Church Lancaster, as part of a series of concerts, events, and activities being held during Lancaster Priory’s "Museum of The Moon" Exhibition.
Light Up Lancaster is routinely an event we enjoy being a part of, and this time felt very special. The highlight of this year's event was an installation featuring The Moon, and so we decided to tie in our activities around this.