Lyceum Lecture 2014

Document Type

Event

Location

Forum, McCarthy College Center

Start Date

10-4-2014 5:00 PM

End Date

10-4-2014 7:00 PM

Description

Myth: The Chinese all look alike.

Myth: The Chinese all eat the same food.

Myth: All Chinese people speak Chinese.

Seen from the outside, China is perceived to be a homogeneous country. But, with 55 ethnic minority groups living within its borders, China is a very diverse country. This discussion will explore the uniqueness of these cultures as well as how they fit into Chinese society. Presented by Dr. Mary-Ann Stadtler-Chester, Department of World Languages, Framingham State University.

 
Apr 10th, 5:00 PM Apr 10th, 7:00 PM

Spring 2014 Lyceum Lecture: "Minorities in China"

Forum, McCarthy College Center

Myth: The Chinese all look alike.

Myth: The Chinese all eat the same food.

Myth: All Chinese people speak Chinese.

Seen from the outside, China is perceived to be a homogeneous country. But, with 55 ethnic minority groups living within its borders, China is a very diverse country. This discussion will explore the uniqueness of these cultures as well as how they fit into Chinese society. Presented by Dr. Mary-Ann Stadtler-Chester, Department of World Languages, Framingham State University.

 

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