Garden Concert

2 pm, Sunday, June 7: An Afternoon of Chinese Flower Songs in the Nichols Arboretum Peony Garden

Contemporary Art Exhibition

Pan Gongkai: Melt (潘公凯:融), a large-scale video installation on view at Work • Ann Arbor ( 9.12-10.11)

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New Sounds of Ancient Music

Presented by Music Masters Ensemble from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, "New Sounds of Ancient Music" presented original compositions for traditional Chinese musical instruments, depicting three famous Chinese stories from over 1000 years ago. Click "Learn More" for the concert video clip.

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Painting Exhibition 3.1-3.31

Selected from Professor Chen Hao's Ann Arbor Collection, twelve traditional Chinese paintings in this exhibition showcase his traditional Chinese painting techniques and familiar scenes of the U-M Ann Arbor campus.

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Symposium and Concert

Co-sponsored by the Center for World Performance Studies, "Lasting Echoes: Musical Exchanges between China and India" will be held on February 13, 2015.

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About CIUM

The Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan (CIUM) celebrates its 5th anniversary this year. To watch the recently produced CIUM video, click "Learn More" below.

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News and Announcements

CIUM's 2009 - 2014 in Review is now available online!

From its inception in 2009, the Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan has been active in bringing outstanding examples of Chinese arts and culture to U-M. This special edition is to showcase CIUM's highlights of the last five years.

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Congratulations to the winners of the Chinese New Year raffle!

The winners are Ryan Sanii, Hosin Vatan, Kefei Liu, Xin Zhou, and Kangliang Yu. The winners get two VIP tickets to "BEIJING OPERA" on March 1 at Music Hall Detroit. Please contact our office 734.764.0818 to claim your prize NOW!

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3 pm, March 1st, Beijing Opera at Music Hall Detroit

CIUM sponsors "Beijing Opera" by Beijing Opera Troupe this March.

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DEADLINE: Feb 12, 2015 - CCSP Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship

The Confucius China Studies Program Joint Research Ph.D. Fellowship provides generous funding and support for qualified U.S. and international (non-Chinese) students who wish to pursue their doctoral research in China. Funding awards range from six months to two years.

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