Hampshire Confucius

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Meeting Information
Place: West Lecture Hall
Time: Sunday 7:30-9:30
Contact Information
Email: yx14@hampshire.edu
Signer Information
Signer 1: Yawen Xiong
Signer 2: Wenle Li
Signer 3: Juecheng Zhao
Advisor Information
Advisor name: Kay Johnson
Signer Resources
Group Account Number: 592
Submit a Funding Request
Funding Request Decisions
Student Group Signer Manual

Contents

Mission Statement

Hampshire Confucius, founded in Spring 2010, is a student group aiming at

1. Promoting the core ideas and educational philosophy of Confucius. Apply the legacy of Confucius to Hampshire's education.

2. Introducing and promoting Chinese culture, classic philosophies, bringing in panelists, holding workshops, writing and sharing blogs...

3. Encourage discussion about Chinese social, economic, political, cultural issues, raising awareness and creating brainstorms

For Hampshire Confucius, the mission statement is never final. You make it what you want. It will get better and better with your input and imagination!


"History and Culture" Movies Series

Interested in Chinese history? Or Chinese culture? Or Chinese film? Come watch classic Chinese movies every week! There will be an email of an introduction about the movie before every screening, such as a short history regarding the story’s era, and an analysis after screening, such as mainstream critiques and social problems involved in the movie. Of course you can ignore them if you’ve got enough readings LOL. Every Sunday 7:30-9:30pm at FPH West Hall.

Past Events

"East and West" Movies Series

In Fall 2012, Hampshire Confucius will be screening movies on "East and West Comparative Cultural Inquiry" on Monday nights. There's a wide selection of films, and your advice is most welcome.Every Monday 7-10pm at FPH 106.

What Did Lao Zi and Confucius actually Say?

---Zilong leading a fun discussion of “Tao Te Ching” and “The Analects of Confucius”, two of the most important scripts that shaped Chinese civilization!
Wednesday 8-10 pm, Spiritual Life Center in Donut 5

Year of Tiger & Lantern Festival Celebration Dinner!

When: 5-10pm on Feb 28th, 2010

Where: Merrill Living Room (across from Saga)

What:best food of the year and Chinese New Year Celebration!


Discription:

It has just turned into the Chinese Year of Tiger! We wish that we can share the happiness, culture and, of course, the food with the whole Hampshire community. Hampshire Confucius (a newly founded student group) is putting up a celebration dinner on Feb 28th, Friday, from 5-10pm in the Merrill Living Room. The 28th is also the Lantern Festival and the first full moon in the year of Tiger. So this will be a double/triple celebration, and the event is open to the whole Hampshire community.

We will decorate the room and turn it into a little Chinatown. We will make dumpling ourselves (yes, you make your own dumplings), play music, send out gifts, introduce Chinese culture, do workshops on Confucius and other Chinese philosophers. The visiting Chinese scholars have volunteered to cook delicious Chinese food for us! This is event is definitely the most tasty one of the year! The only thing that I am worried about is that after this gorgeous meal, people won't step into Saga again.

So come, and tell your friend to come! Warning: we are not responsible if you miss the food!


Science and Buddhism

Hampshire is fortunate enough to have three highly respected Tibetan monks living and studying on campus. Hampshire Confucius is hosting a weekly open session at Mod 33 / Spiritual Life Center with the Tibetan monks so that the whole community would have the chance to meet the enlightened teachers and ask their Hampshiresque questions. Every Saturday 7-10pm. Please RSVP if you can by emailing zw09@hampshire.edu.

For Spring 2012, our discussion of revolve around "Science and Buddhism."


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