The U.S.-China Institute at Bryant University forges academic, business, and cultural partnerships between Bryant University and higher learning institutions, business enterprises, and governmental offices in China.
Established in March 2005, the U.S.-China Institute provides students and faculty with broad global perspectives and experiences and offers China-related services to businesses and communities. The Confucius Institute was established in October 2006 to further promote U.S.-China exchanges for K-12 schools and communities in New England.
Dates: July 5-25, 2018 (No class on weekends)
Dates: July 12-25, 2018 (No class on weekends)
2018 S chedule for Chinese Proficiency Tests (HSK/HSKK/YCT)
DUNHUANG: An Oasis for East-West Cultural, Commercial, and Religious Exchanges along the Ancient Silk Road
September 27 - October 6, 2017
This is a rare interactive exh ibit and series of seminars hosted by the U.S.-China Institute over the 10-day period. Visitors will be able to explore the exhibit through a guided tour and enter into a 1:1 scale reconstructed cave. Bryant University is the first U.S. academic instiution to host such an exhibit. The exhibit will feature cave number 285 of the Mogao Grottoes , a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cave 285 is among the most significant of the more than 490 caves at Dunhuang, dating back to the Western Wei Dynasty (534-556AD). Over the ten days, we are hosting a series of seminars focusing on the culture, history, and environment surrounding these caves and the exchanges that took place along this section of the ancient Silk Road.
This exhibit is made possible by the Dunhuang Academy , the Confucius Insitute Headquarters, and the U.S.-China Instiute at Bryant University.
East West Connection Newsletter
Bryant Dragon Dance Team traveled to China and won third place and "Most Popular Team Award" in Lujia International Dragon Dance Competition, Kunshan, China on Sept. 8, 2013. The team was also reported by several TV and news outlets in China. Eastablished in 2009, Bryant team is believed to be the first university dragon dance team in the U.S and was the only team from north America in the competition. Members of the team shared their experience in China on this blog.
Bryant University and its U.S.-China Institute announced, on May 17, 2008, an ambitious project that will bring a replica of the Forbidden City's Shu Fang Zhai to the Bryant campus. The new building will be the first authentic replica to be built outside of China with the permission and cooperation of the Chinese government. Read more>>>