Chinese New Year Celebration: In early Spring, we organize Chinese New Year Celebration event on campus consisting of stage performance, such as dragon dance, Taiji, and music instrument, by local and guest artists, and Bryant’s international student talents, along with craft-making activities, such as papercutting and calligraphy, as well as local K-12 student artwork exhibit. The family-friendly event is free and open to the general public.
Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration: The celebration consists of a week-long Chinese culture exhibit with a specific theme every year through a collaboration with Chinese partner institutions, scholar presentations, art performances, and the tradition of tasting of moon cakes and tea. This event is
Confucius Institute Day: Usually on the 4th Saturday of September, the birthday of the Confucius, we celebrate the special day by inviting the community to the art exhibit, culture craft-making activities, and performances.