At the University of Denver, students learn Chinese language and culture not only from innovative classrooms, but also from a rich Chinese cultural environment on the campus and in the city of Denver. There are a couple of hundreds of students and scholars from Chinese speaking countries and areas. Each year, DU Chinese Student and Scholar Association (CSSA) and Taiwanese Student Association organize a variety of social and cultural activities, such as Festival of Nations, celebrations of Chinese Lunar New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival, participation in Chinese language and culture-oriented contests in the Denver and Colorado area, field trips to Chinese arts exhibitions and films, International Ping-Pong Tournament and other group outings.
Chinese Language Learning Web Sites:
Chinese Reading and Reference Software: This is a webpage with links to Clavis Sinica, a Chinese reading and reference
software featuring a Chinese dictionary, text annotator, and mp3 audio voices project.
It is suitable for intermediate and advanced level Chinese students.
Learning Chinese Online: This is a popular Chinese study website established by Professor Tim Xie at California State University at Long Beach. This website provides additional introduction to drills on Chinese pronunciations (pinyin and tone marks), animated Chinese characters with pronunciations, and information about radical, etymology and stroke orders. It is a good tool for the beginning students of Chinese.
Chinese News and Readings Web Sites:
This Northern-America-based Readers Digest provides a wide-range of news and articles about Chinese social, political, cultural
and literary events. It is in both Chinese and English versions.
Baidu: This is a popular Chinese language website based on mainland China.
China Daily: China's Global Newspaper
Travel Web Site:
Get travel information, book flights and make hotel reservations