University of Iowa

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survival chinese class 8 week course
10/23/2014

Survival Chinese community language class begins Oct. 30

Interested in learning the basics of Chinese? Survival Chinese class is designed for tourists, exchange students, and anyone else who wants to speak basic Chinese for functional purposes. This class, offered by the UI Confucius Institute, is open to anyone age 14 and up. Students will gain a basic understanding of the Chinese language system, learn useful expressions for daily conversations, and be introduced to cultural performances and products to better understand and communicate in China.
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10/8/2014

‘Confessions of a Chinese Translator’ and other public events to be held Oct. 14-17

The Center for Asian and Pacific Studies, International Programs, and the International Writing Program are jointly hosting several events next week featuring Ye Mimi, a Taiwanese poet and filmmaker, and Steve Bradbury, a poet, essayist, and associate professor of English at National Central University in Taiwan. All these events are free and open to the public.
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Mask, Puppet, and Community Parade Workshops
10/6/2014

Distinguished artist Sandra Spieler to lead workshop, forum Oct. 16-17

Sandra Spieler, the McKnight Foundation’s Distinguished Artist Award winner for 2014, will visit Iowa City Oct. 16-17 for a community arts forum and puppet workshops, all free and open to the public.
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african writers
10/2/2014

African Studies reception Oct. 15 will feature new African IWP residents

The African Studies Program in UI International Programs will host an informal reception Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, to welcome the fall African writers-in-residence of the International Writing Program. The event is free and open to the public and will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Room 2780 University Capitol Centre, next to the School of Music.
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opening ceremony
10/2/2014

Opening ceremony of new UI Korean institute to be held Oct. 9

The University of Iowa will host an opening ceremony for its new King Sejong Institute (KSI) on Thursday, Oct. 9, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Iowa Memorial Union Second Floor Ballroom on the UI campus. The event is free and open to the public. Guests are invited to share in Korean food, culture, and learn about the courses and programs that will be offered by KSI.
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