The agreement also includes establishing a Chinese language center at JUST, supporting bilateral ties and exchanging faculty staff and students.
What does CLC stand for?
CLC stands for Chinese Language Center
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- Chicago Lebanese Club
- Chicano/Latino Caucus (California Association for Counseling and Development)
- Child Labor Coalition
- Child Learning Center
- Child Life Council
- Child Literacy Class
- Children's Legal Centre
- Children's Literature Centre
- Children's Literature for Children
- Chinese Labour Corps (UK)
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; and funded the creation of the Secondary School Chinese Language Center at Princeton University.
Chinese Language Center (CLC) at NCKU has prepared 200 moon cakes and 80 pomelos for the international students, according to Professor Rong-Fu Wu, concurrently CLC director.
TAINAN, Taiwan -- To allow international students to participate in a Chinese traditional festival and personally experience its customs and culture, Chinese Language Center at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, has prepared 40 pomelos, 200 moon cakes and rabbit ear props for dozens of international students to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival.
In the closing ceremony, the 29 Indonesian students have prepared dance and singing performances to show their gratitude toward the teaching staff and student hosts at NCKU Chinese Language Center and promised to come back next summer.
Chinese Language Center at National Cheng Kung University has prepared dumpling ingredients and Aiyu seeds for the international students and accompanied parents from United States to experience the local cultural, customs and cuisines of Taiwan.
TAINAN, Taiwan -- Celebrating Dragon Boat Festival, one of the three major traditional Chinese festivals, ahead of time, nearly 200 international students from about 50 counties of the Chinese Language Center at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan, gathered together to learn how to make rice dumplings and sachets on June 8th.
At noon, February 10th, nearly 100 international students of the Chinese Language Center in National Cheng Kung University gathered together to learn how to write the spring festival couplets and experience the joy in making dumplings.