The Auburn University-National Cheng Kung University Taiwan Center of Chinese Language and Culture, or AU-NCKU, in the Office of International Programs is offering several Chinese culture classes this fall.
All classes are free and will be taught by a Taiwanese visiting scholar. Registration is open and available to all Auburn University faculty, staff and students. Space is limited to 10 people per class, so register now at this link.Below is a complete list of the culture class schedule.
Ink Painting: Novice Level– Oct. 4 and Nov. 10– Noon – 1 p.m. in 209 Foy Hall or 242 Foy Hall
Facial Makeup in Operas: Novice Level– Oct. 13 and Nov. 1– Noon – 1 p.m. in 209 Foy HallThe AU-NCKU Taiwan Center of Chinese Language and Culture and its programming is an outcome of a joint agreement signed in September between Auburn, NCKU and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta. The goal of the Center is to promote joint educational and cultural collaboration, and in turn, establish a long-lasting friendship and cooperative partnership that enhances the educational experience at Auburn and NCKU.To learn more about the Office of International Programs and its internationalization efforts, visit this link.