6/15: CI offers Chicago Chinatown trip to CI students and families.


4/19, Friday 5 PM, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Dr. Michael Hatch, Assistant Professor of East Asian Art, Miami University, Ohio, "Sensory Experience and Chinese Painting circa 1800". free reception before the talk 4:30PM and free admission to gallery exhibition 6-8 PM at KIA. (flyer)


CAGK Picnic to be June 15th, 2019 (more info in Events)

4/11, Thursday 4:30 PM, 2028 Brown Hall, Dr. Christina Liu (劉憶如), Managing director of Bellwether International Group in Hong Kong and past Minister of Finance of Taiwan, "Is the Trade War between US and China Over?" (flyer)


2-10-19 Happy Chinese New Year!

Today, on the first day of the Lunar New Year, we wanted to thank you so much for making our 38th Annual Chinese New Year Celebration on Saturday a wonderful success!!  

It is because of your support and participation that we were able to host such a lovely evening for our local community, as well as our valued guests who traveled from near and far to join us in welcoming the Year of the Pig. 

Photos will be on our website very soon, and we will let you know as soon as they are available! 

We cannot thank all of you enough, from audience members to performers to parents, families, volunteers, and everyone who helped make the event possible. 

We are so grateful for your support and so happy that we can celebrate together. We wish you health, happiness, good fortune, and prosperity in the new year — and all the years to come. 

From the CAGK:

新年快樂! 新年快乐!

4/6, Summer Chinese language and culture classes are open for registration at (flyer)

4/6 - 4/13 Confucius Institue presents Cultural Workshops at the Portage Senior Center. (flyer)

March 23 - June 16:KIA exhibition,Rewards of Wisdom: Contemporary Chinese Ink Painting consists of work from the collection of the Confucius Institute at Western Kentucky University.


3/21, Thursday 12:30 to 4:15 p.m. Fetzer Center’s Kirsch Auditorium Success at WMU and Broncos First are pleased to invite our community partners to join us for the 2019 Spring Student Success Summit! This year's summit will feature a unique opportunity to view the award winning documentary Unlikely, being shown on many college campuses around the US. Following the film, Dr. Cecelia Parnther, will lead a moderated discussion about relevant issues and ideas which can increase our students’ success in attaining their education.This is a FREE event, with popcorn and heavy Hors d’oeuvres served throughout.Space is limited, so please RSVP by March 18 here.


3/21, Thursday 3:30 PM, Friedmann 3301, Dr. Scott Kastner, Professor of Government and Politics, University of Maryland, "Assessing Prospects for Armed Conflict in the Taiwan Strait" (co-sponsor with Dept. of Political Science, flyer will be available soon)


3/16 Chinese zodiac cultural work shop at Kalamazoo public library Alma Powell branch. The event features story- telling, games, Chinese cultural activities and Chinese yoyo performance. You can win prize through games. (flyer)



3/20, Wednesday 4 PM, 1025 Brown Hall, Dr. Lijuan Huang (黄丽娟), Fulbright Scholar at Yale University and Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Beijing Foreign Studies University, "Pacific Narratives of Chinese and American Female Intellectuals in the First Half of 20th Century" (flyer)


3/14, Thursday 5 PM, 2500 Knauss Hall, Books & Beer spring 2019, The University Center for the Humanities, featuring 2 Chinese studies faculty members of WMU: Dr. Victor Xiong, Capital Cities and Urban Form in Premodern China: Luoyang 1038-938 CE; and Dr. Chien-juh Gu, The Resilient Self: Gender, Immigration and Taiwanese Americans. (flyer)


2-6-19 Job Opportunity:-Kalamazoo Public Library is currently seeking a Library Assistant 5/Aide Supervisor-Trainer (See in Classifieds)


2-18-19 Job Opportunity:- Kalamazoo Public Library (See in classifieds)























































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