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Goethe Institute and Confucius Institute By Ma Tianyi and Chen chi. Hope you enjoy that.

Goethe Institute and Confucius Institute By Ma Tianyi and Chen chi. Hope you enjoy that.

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  • 1. Discover the Goethe Institute and Confucius Institute — A Fascinating Trip Establishment & Development Organization & Structure Local Interaction Influence Ma Tianyi
  • 2. • Established in 1951 • 149 Goethe-Institutes • 92 countries Ma Tianyi
  • 3. Ma Tianyi
  • 4. • 1988 •The first Western Cultural Institute in Mainland China Ma Tianyi
  • 5. Confucius Institute: Speed Ministry of Education Council of the Confucius Institute Headquarters Confucius Institute Headquarters Hanban Chen Chi
  • 6. • The Headquarters established in 2007 • First Confucius Institute established in 2004 • 316 Confucius Institutes • 337 Confucius Classrooms • 94 countries and regions Chen Chi
  • 7. Culture and Information Department •Science and Currant Affairs •Information and Library •Literature and Translation •Theatre and Dance •Visual Arts •Music Language Department •Language Courses and Examinations •German Educational Alliance •Advanced training Didactics •Multimedia and Distance Learning Foreign Ministry Ma Tianyi
  • 8. German Language Teaching Cultural Interaction & Communication Providing German Information Ma Tianyi
  • 9. • Formatted and Informative Websites • Multimedia Learning • Second Life • Goethe Blog Ma Tianyi
  • 10. Hanban, Chinese Universities, Secondary or Primary Schools Foreign Universities, Secondary or Primary Schools Confucius Institute: Joint Venture Chen Chi
  • 11. • China: Funds and Teaching staff and materials • Local: Housing the Institute and Administrative support • Standard agreement: • Five-year, 50,000 to 100,000 US Dollars, 3,000 books and items of teaching materials, salaries of one or two teachers Chen Chi
  • 12. •2007-2010 •Sustainable Development and Urbanization •Second Tier Cities •Nangjing, Chonqing, Wuhan, Shenyang •Shanghai Expo Ma Tianyi
  • 13. • Cooperation with local artists • Interaction with local people • Social, environmental issues • Close cooperation with local government • Fully Media Coverage Ma Tianyi
  • 14. Accommodate different needs • Confucius Institute for Business • Confucius Institute for Chinese Medicine • HKCI provides Cantonese and Mandarin Courses Chen Chi
  • 15. Inadequate Local Integration • Lack of teaching staff • Lack of knowledge of local culture Chen Chi
  • 16. Language Promotion Cultural Exportation Building Image Cooperation and Integration Setting Close and Friendly Relations Window Ma Tianyi
  • 17. Concerns about Confucius Institutes Chen Chi
  • 18. Chen Chi
  • 19. Goethe Institute Confucius Institute Development Established in 1951 Now 149 Established in 2004 Now 316 Organization Well-organized Established by Germany foreign ministry Loose-organized Joint Partnership Missions Language, information and culture communication Focus on language education Local Integration Largely involved in local society and cooperate with local people Lack of personnel and local integration Influence Build the national image and help to establish close relations with China Hard to measure for now, soft power arouse concerns Chen chi Ma Tianyi
  • 20. References • Hanban: http://www.hanban.edu.cn/index.html • Germany and China – Moving Ahead Together: http://www.deutschland-und- china.com/introduction_1.shtml • Goethe Institute: http://www.goethe.de/enindex.htm • The Economist: http://www.economist.com • Xinhua Net: http://www.xinhuanet.com/ • Paradise, James F., “China and International Harmony: The Role of Confucius Institutes in Bolstering Beijing's Soft Power”, Asian Survey. Berkeley: Jul/Aug 2009. Vol. 49, Iss. 4 • Starr, Don, “Chinese Language Education in Europe: the Confucius Institutes”, European Journal of Education, Vol. 44, No.1, 2009, Part I • Li, Hsi Chang, Mirmirani, Sam and Ilacqua, Joseph A., “Confucius Institutes; Distributed leadership and knowledge sharing in a worldwide network”, The Learning Organization. Bradford: 2009. Vol. 16, Iss. 6