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the study of Chinese history and language and culture

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It has a dedicated Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies and an extensive Chinese collection at its Oriental Museum.
It is very likely that in near future the University will establish a department for Chinese Studies in liaison with Sichuan Normal University, China.
The gift -- $30 million for scholarships at the U-M Medical School and $10 million in support for faculty, students and programs at the Center for Chinese Studies in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, plus $10 million for future university initiatives -- comes as Richard Rogel takes on a leadership role in U-M's new Victors for Michigan campaign, launching on Nov.
She is a research associate at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University, and this coming year she will be at Beijing University on a Fulbright Fellowship.
The Chinese Studies Program within the department of modern and classical languages at UH received the federal grant for the 2013 summer STARTALK program.
Abdulaziz bin Saleh bin Salma, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Information for External Information, met here today with a delegation of the Chinese Studies Center.
It will also have courses on Chinese studies, evaluation of strategic thought, and national security strategy in peace and war.
Confucius centre: Prof Dermot Cahill Bangor Law School Head, Professor Dermot Cahill, said a degree in Law and Chinese Studies will be launched as a result of the link.
The result is an outstanding survey highly recommended for any collection strong in Chinese studies.
There is need to take steps for setting up departments of Chinese studies to teach Chinese history, economy and business practices along with teaching Mandarin.
Presenting an encyclopedic reference from a distinctively Chinese perspective, profusely enhanced throughout with illustrations, maps, timelines, sidebars, and even traditional Chinese proverbs, the "Berkshire Encyclopedia of China" is a core reference which is highly recommended for personal, professional, academic, and community library International Studies collections in general, and Chinese Studies reference collections and supplemental reading lists in particular.
David Kelly, a professor of Chinese studies at the University of Technology, Sydney, speaking in Beijing, said it was unclear how much Chinese government weight was reflected in the article.
As the eminent Australian scholar of Chinese studies, Geremie Barme, has remarked, "today it is in the 'Odes to the Forty Scenes of the Yuan Ming Yuan' written by Qianlong that the palace survives.
This work, like the previous ones, bridges the gap between Chinese studies and religious studies and should be of interest to a wide range of scholars.
University librarian Peter Fox said: "Our Chinese collections, already among the finest in the world in terms of range and quality, have been spectacularly launched into the electronic era thanks to Premier Wen's munificent gift, and now offer even more comprehensive support for the development of Chinese Studies in Cambridge.
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