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Spreading Chinese Culture and Language: UWC's Confucius Institute

The University of the Western Cape's Confucius Institute is committed to promoting the Chinese language and culture to the broader community. Recently, it found a creative way to do just that. The Confucius Institute teamed up with a local Chinese craft and food market to promote its brand and showcase some of the institute's offerings.


The market occurred at Canal Walk - Central Park and captured those interested in Chinese culture and cuisine. Visitors can browse a wide selection of Chinese handicrafts and sample a variety of traditional Chinese foods, from steaming dumplings to spicy noodles.


The Confucius Institute saw this as a perfect opportunity to engage with the community and promote its work. The institute set up a booth at the market, where visitors could learn about the institute's Chinese language courses, cultural events, and other offerings. The booth was staffed by knowledgeable volunteers eager to answer questions and share their passion for the Chinese language and culture.


Visitors to the booth were treated to various activities, including calligraphy demonstrations, Chinese language taster sessions, tea tasting, and cultural clothing try-on. The Confucius Institute also distributed promotional materials, including brochures, flyers, and bookmarks, to help spread the word about its work.


The response from the community was overwhelmingly positive. Many visitors expressed interest in learning more about the Chinese language and culture and were excited to hear about the Confucius Institute's offerings. Others were delighted to see the institute engaging with the community in a creative and fun way.


This was an excellent opportunity for the Confucius Institute to promote its brand and connect with the broader community. By partnering with the local Chinese craft and food market, the institute reached a wider audience and showcased China's vibrant culture. We can't wait to see what other creative initiatives the Confucius Institute will develop next!




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