The rapid development of the Programme owes much to the strong support from the University, external institutions, and even common Singaporeans who have made generous contributions. This has made possible the establishment of endowment funds and awards which benefit Chinese major students. These include the Shanghai Book Co Scholarship & Bursary Fund, the Wan Boo Sow Award, the Wan Boo Sow Gold Medal cum Cash Award, the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal, and Lotus On Water Gold Medal and Book Prizes.
From Endangerment to Ferality: Revisiting the Cultural Imagination of Hong Kong via Animal Tropes25 Feb 2022 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM
From Extraterritoriality to Extratemporality: Digital Ecology and Independent Cinema04 Feb 2022 04.00 PM - 06.00 PM
Translating Cultures: transmission, interpretation, transformation25 Nov 2021 03.00 PM - 04.30 PM
Sinophone / Xenophone Mesology: Toward a New Nanyang Reader 华夷风土:《南洋读本》新论23 Sep 2021 08.00 PM - 09.30 PM
An Empathetic Art: Renwen Masculinity in Asian American Literature 移情艺术：亚美文学的仁文气概17 Aug 2021 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM
Do you want to communicate with over one billion people in China, Taiwan, Singapore and many other places around the world? Do you ever wonder what could be the logic behind the creation of Chinese ideographs? Do you like Chinese food? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could order Chinese food in the food court or directly from the menu in a Chinese restaurant?
People say there are many good reasons why you should learn Chinese. If any of these appeal to you, then you should be learning Chinese!