Welcome to the Chinese program at Case Western Reserve University
The Lunar New Year is the most important social and economic holiday for billions of people around the world. The holiday is tied to the lunar-solar Chinese calendar and was originally observed as a time to honor household and heavenly deities and ancestors. Today, Lunar New Year is a special time to bring friends and family together for feasting and festivities in China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Mongolia and other countries all over the world.
Videos made by students in CHIN101 Class
Throughout much of Eastern Asia, the successful harvest is celebrated when the moon shines bright in the sky. The Asian Mid-Autumn Festival is about bringing families together and goes by many names including Tet Trung Thu, Tsukimi and Chuseok.
Christopher Chen (CWRU ’20) double majored in Nutritional Biochemistry & Metabolism and Chinese on a pre-health track. While attending CWRU, Christopher applied and was selected to participate in two study abroad programs in China during Summer 2017 and 2018-2019 academic school year, respectively. Christopher is currently a student pharmacist at the University of Southern California.
A former CHIN380/381 student with a double major in Chinese and Chemical Biology, Kyle W. Barclay (CWRU ’21), has been accepted into the Fulbright Taiwan English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) Program.
Fall 2022 CHIN 101 Chinese Calligraphy Workshop at Case Western Reserve University.