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Overseas Compatriot Youth Activities

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2020
05/22
Baltimore high school teachers and students in their first shadow puppetry course to explore Taiwanese culture
    25 teachers and students from the 10th and 11th grades of Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Massachusetts, received a warm welcome as they visited the Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Washington DC.     First time participants in the Splendor of Taiwan activity organized by the Culture Center, the students attended a shadow puppetry production course where volunteer teachers briefly introduced the history and features of shadow puppetry and instructed students to pick their favorite characters in Journey to the West for puppet production. The students all had fun learning as the teachers used both Chinese and English to communicate with them in group discussions. At the end of the course, students took turns giving a one-minute shadow play on stage in groups. Before the students went home with their hands full of handmade shadow puppets and Taiwan national flag souvenirs, they all said their sad farewells to the staff of the Culture Center and the teachers.
2020
05/18
New live video on "Huayuworld.org": Mixed-Age Class Teaching Design
On May 06, 2020(Taiwan Standard Time), Li-Fen Chen, the Editor of Mandarin course materials for Kang Hsuan Educational Publishing Group in Taipei, gave an online presentation about Mixed-Age Class Teaching Design on "Huayuworld.org" to share with all Chinese language teachers in the world on how to teach mixed-age students by using "Let's Learn Chinese," the Chinese teaching material published by the OCAC.  Link:  https://reurl.cc/yZ64bl
2020
05/11
Workshops for overseas Chinese/Taiwanese language teachers 2020 canceled in most areas owing to COVID-19 outbreak
As COVID-19 continues to spread, many countries are taking such measures as lockdown, travel restrictions, and home quarantining to fight the pandemic. In light of this situation, the 2020 workshops for overseas Chinese and Taiwanese language teachers will be canceled in all areas except Myanmar.     The Overseas Community Affairs Council(OCAC) encourages education organizations and schools for overseas compatriots to use online classes as an alternative. Besides, the OCAC will open 6 online teacher training courses before June this year in response to the needs of overseas teachers. Course information shall be announced on https://www.huayuworld.org/index.php.  

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