UM and China Radio International will jointly launch a weekly radio programme titled ‘Chinese Ideas’
The University of Macau’s (UM) Department of Portuguese (DP) and the Chinese-Portuguese Bilingual Teaching and Training Centre (CPC), with the Department of Portuguese Language of the China Radio International (CRIpor), will jointly launch a weekly radio programme titled ‘Chinese Ideas’. The first edition of the programme will be aired in Portugal and Brazil, on 2 January 2020 and 3 Jan 2020, respectively, via FM overseas of CRI (https://portuguese.cri.cn). The details of the broadcasting can also be viewed at https://cpc.fah.um.edu.mo/.
This weekly programme will be hosted by Sinologist Giorgio Sinedino and will consist of three seasons. The first season will focus on Confucius and The Analects, the second will centre on Laozi and his Dao De Jing and the third will revolve around Mencius and Meng Zi. The programme aims to provide, from a comparative perspective, a systematic overview of the different schools of thought of the great thinkers in ancient China, in order to help non-Chinese audience understand ancient Chinese mindset and worldview.
Established in 2017, the Chinese-Portuguese Bilingual Teaching and Training Centre is dedicated to developing partnerships with other institutions both in and outside Macao in order to promote Portuguese language education, teacher training, and the study of Chinese and Portuguese cultures.
For enquiries, please call +853 8822 4532 or email to BilingualCentre@um.edu.mo.