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2019 Multilingual Education Fair | January 26, 2019

 

 

On January 26, 2019, our Center attended the 2019 Multilingual Education Fair put on by the DC Language Immersion Project which is a non-profit organization in the Washington, D.C. area that educates communities and advocate and provide professional development to schools and educators. This is one of the most attended education fairs in the DMW area with this year having more than 1,200 registered attendees and 100 exhibitors.

 

Confucius Institute U.S. Center Recent Events
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in Washington DC
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Roundtable Discussion
Confucius Institute U.S. Center Recent Events
2018 CHINA Town Hall
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Tharlo Filming Screening
Filming screening and discussion with
Director Pema Tseden
Confucius Institute U.S. Center Recent Events
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If you could go back in time, what advice
would you give your high school self?
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Panel Discussion
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Beyond the Wall
Film Screening and Discussion
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Silk Cedar Band
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The Integrated Classroom
Accounting for Cultural Differences
in Higher Education
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Kreplach & Dim Sum:
Yes, There are Jews in China!
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Musical Diplomacy
Globalization, Cultural Synthesis,
and Music as a Diplomatic Tool
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Shanghai Ghetto
Film Screening
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Jewish Refugees
in Shanghai
Exhibition Event
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Puru Gallery Opening
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Global Ties
Increasing Diversity in Chinese
Language and Cultural Education
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China, A Haven for Jewish
Refugees 1900-1941
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Teaching Chinese Sign
Language and Culture
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Why Culture?
Analyzing Success in Transnational
Exchange Programs
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What is the Connection?
C.A.U.S.E - China, Africa,
United States Engagement
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People to People
Engagement in China,
India, and the U.S.
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