"Asian Tradition Meets World Fusion" with the Orchid Ensemble will be held on Saturday, March 22, 2014. The Orchid Ensemble blends ancient musical instruments and traditions from China and beyond.
Professor Chang-Xi Guan from the China Conservatory of Music is giving a recital this March at Britton Recital Hall. For further information, please contact the Department of Piano or Christopher Harding (firstname.lastname@example.org).
CIUM Wins Award
December 7, 2013 - The Confucius Institute at the University of Michigan received the 2013 Confucius Institute of the Year award. Photo: Vice Premier Liu Yandong and Senior Vice Provost Lester Monts at the award ceremony in Beijing, China
Taiji (Tai Chi ) Workshop
The registration for the Taiji Workshop Winter 2014 has been closed, but if you are interested in taking part in a Taiji workshop in the future, please send us your contact information through "Contact Us" at the CIUM website.
The Chinese Now: Contemporary Portraits exhibition will be held until December 21, 2013. Photo from left: Vice Dean Wang Yingjian from Renmin University and Dean Guna Nadarajan from Stamps School of Art & Design, U-M at the grand opening reception on Friday, November 15, 2013.
Sound of China
Musicians from the China Conservatory of Music performed ten beautiful Chinese songs and instrumental music pieces on November 22, 3013 at the Rackham Auditorium.
Photo: Zhou Qiang and Li Ya singing 想亲亲 "Thinking of My Lover"
The Kunlun Wild Life photography exhibition traveled to the Detroit Center after it was held at the U-M central campus last October and November. The exhibition features the beautiful mountain life of the Kunlun National Park in the Qinghai Province of China.
Traditional Chinese Paintings
Wednesday, February 19, 2014, Professor Hao Chen from the Renmin University School of Arts presented some key elements of nature and urban landscapes of traditional Chinese paintings and the Chinese painting history embedded in them.
The CIUM's popular cooking class series "Meishi (美食）" is now offered at two different locations in the central campus: Mosher-Jordan Hall and North Quad. If you are a U-M undergraduate student and interested in experiencing Chinese gourmet cooking, please contact the CIUM office.