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Intensive Languages Karaoke Night

March 24, 2016

Students and faculty in the Japanese and Chinese language programs joined for a fun-filled evening of song on March 24th, 2016. Chinese and Japanese language filled the room as students performed in groups and on their own. The evening culminated with everyone singing together a song in Chinese and one in Japanese, regardless of which language they are studying.

ChiJpn Karaoke Group 2016 ChiJpn Karaoke 2016

Many thanks to the Japanese Program and Chinese Program students and faculty for your enthusiastic participation! We hope to have participation from even more TCNJ intensive language programs next year!

Those wanting to know more about karaoke in Japan, try this link

Russian Mardi Gras

TCNJ Russian students, professors, and friends celebrate the Russian Mardi Gras: the pancake holiday Maslenitsa! Find out more about Maslenitsa here:   http://www.sras.org/maslenitsa_blin MASLENITSA AT TCNJ Continue Reading

Actuación de La llamada

The SPA 497 class performed in the Spanish play La llamada, by Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo, at the Celebration of Student Achievement on 12/02/2015. As it can be seen in this video, they did a superb job!!!  ¡Enhorabuena a todos! Cast: Luis Arroyo, Zachary Dzierzgowski, Samantha Godoy, Eileen Goepfert, Ana Obika. Lights: Danielle DeLizzio… Continue Reading

Chinese Calligraphy Class – Lantern-on-the- Lake

On Monday, May 4th, the Chinese Calligraphy class will be making lanterns to distribute on the lake. Creating the lanterns will take place in, Armstrong Building, Room 102. Supplies are first come first serve! If you have any questions, please contact Celia Liu, luic@tcnj.edu Sponsors: World Languages and Cultures and Chinese Student Association Continue Reading

Lecture by Dr. Ying Xiao, New Social Media and Chinese Identity

Lecture by Dr. Ying Xiao, New Social Media and Chinese Identity. Dr. Ying Xiao is an assistant professor of Chinese film and media at the University of Florida. She received her Ph.D. from the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University where she finished a dissertation on soundtrack and Chinese cinema. When: Tuesday, May… Continue Reading

Russian Club Decorates Ukrainian Easter Eggs

The Russian club at TCNJ helped teach the students in first-year Russian how to make pysanki (Ukrainian: писанка, plural: pysanki), the Ukrainian Easter egg.  These eggs are decorated with traditional Ukrainian folk designs using a wax-resist (batik) method. The word pysanka comes from the Ukrainian verb pysaty, “to write”, (in Russian: ‘pisat’). The designs are… Continue Reading

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