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The Confucius Institute at Ateneo de Manila University

 

 
The Confucius Institute at Ateneo de Manila University (CI-ADMU) was established in 2006. It is the first Confucius Institute in the Philippines. The mission of the Confucius Institute is to promote Chinese language, Chinese culture and the knowledge of contemporary China to the mainstream society in the Philippines. It has helped establish several Confucius Classrooms in the Metro Manila area. To learn more about this Confucius Institute, please visit the following website: http://www.ateneoconfucius.com/index.php.
The Confucius Institute in Indianapolis

 


 
The Confucius Institute at Indianapolis (CI-IUPUI) was established in 2008. The Confucius Institute offers elective courses in Chinese to the IUPUI students. It organizes a lot of public activities to promote Chinese culture in the Indianapolis community. The Confucius Institute also successfully helps IUPUI and SYSU expand cooperation with student exchange programs. To learn more about this Confucius Institute, please visit the following website: http://www.iupui.edu/~china/.
The Confucius Institute at Autonomous University of Yucatan

 


 
The Confucius Institute at Autonomous University of Yucatan (CI-UADY) was established in 2007. The Confucius Institute is located in the city of Merida, Mexico. It offers Chinese language classes and promotes Chinese culture in the community. It is also one of the two HSK testing centers in Mexico. To learn more about this Confucius Institute, please visit the following website: http://www.csaie.uady.mx/index.php?modulo=contenido&id=54&tempId=364.
The Confucius Institute at University of Cape Town

 


The Confucius Institute at University of Cape Town was established in 2010. In keeping with the vision of integrating the CI as part and parcel of University of Cape Town, the Confucius Institute has brought Chinese language into the university and the local community since its birth. Reflecting the expanding tradition of friendship and cooperation between China and the South Africa, the Confucius Institute at the University of Cape Town represents the essential link between the People of China and the citizens of the Commonwealth of Cape Town. It also serves as platform and bridge for the University’s China initiatives and cooperative partnerships.To learn more about this Confucius Institute, please visit the following website: http://www.confucius.uct.ac.za/.