On Friday 25/11, CCT is hosting representatives from the Marco Polo Programme, an initiative to bring foreign students to China to stay with local families in Hangzhou. Ming Yu, director of a calligraphy school in Hangzhou, will be on hand to give a demonstration and beginners class on the ancient Chinese art form and information will be available about the homestay programme.
In November, CCT Director, Prof. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, will give a series of lectures in Shanghai themed Thinking Chinese, Staying German.
Prof. Claus Dierksmeier, Director, World Ethos Institute Tübingen
Dr. Jonathan Keir, Postdoctoral Fellow, World Ethos Institute Tübingen
Global Ethos and the Dialogue on Values with China
Prof. Martin Nettesheim, Chair of Public, Administrative, European and International Law, University of Tübingen
On the Global Stage - China as an Actor in the International Economic and Legal Order
Dr. Ingrid Hamm, Board of Trustees Karl Schlecht Foundation/former managing Director, Robert Bosch Foundation
Dr. Hans-Ernst Maute, Director, Chamber of Commerce Tübingen
Dr. Hermann Schaufler, former Minister of Economics, Transport and Environment for Baden-Württemberg
Prof. Dr. Harro von Senger, Professor Emeritus of Chinese Studies, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg im Breisgau
Panel discussion: Cooperation with China: Experiences, expectations and challenges
On June 1, 2016, the Erich-Paulun-Institute (EPI) was integrated into CCT with Prof. Dr. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer as president.
EPI was established in 2013 by the German-Chinese Business Association to operate as a non-profit educational organization at the Technical University of Munich. EPI’s main goals are the formation of German-Chinese student clubs and the promotion of Chinese as a foreign language in German schools.
Professor Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer, Director of Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel/Director China Centre Tübingen.
China as a Blank Sheet of Paper? The One and the Many Chinas
We are pleased to announce that the ceremony for the new China Centre was held on April 21, 2016 at the University Festsaal, hosted by the Rector of the University of Tübingen. Renowned scholar of Chinese culture and philosophy Tu Wei-ming delivered the keynote speech.
CCT Vice-Director Jun.-Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedenführ has organised a spring semester 2016 lecture series (Ringvorlesung) for the general studies curriculum. The 11-event series covers diverse topics concerning the PRC, including politics, economics, law, civil society and the environment. It is open to the public and to all University of Tübingen students for general studies credit. For more details see our events page.
CCT Vice-Director Dr. Matthias Niedenführ will be giving a public lecture at the Museum Society of Tübingen. The lecture will be followed by a discussion with the audience. This lecture is part of the lecture series "Discussion Forum at the Museum". The event is open to the general public.
Location: Tübingen Museum, Wilhelmstraße 3, 72074 Tübingen
CCT Vice-Director Jun.-Prof. Dr. Matthias Niedenführ is giving a talk on business ethics in China at the World Ethos Institute Tübingen. Open to University of Tübingen students only.
Location: World Ethos Institute Tübingen