On January 9, 2012, a group of 27 Chinese elementary school students from Wuhan Experimental Foreign Language School visited Vaughn Next Century Learning Center in Pacoima to exchange cultures and experience American schooling. This visit was facilitated by the China Institute at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). Upon their arrival to Vaughn, Dr. Yvonne Chan herself welcomed the Chinese students to her school. ...read more
The exhibition "Tales of Our Time: Two Contemporary Artists from China" opened as scheduled between Aug. 29 and Oct. 8 in 2011 at California State University Northridge Art Galleries with a great turnout. Several members of the CSUN International Educational Council and the CSUN China Institute Executive Committee, among many faculty and administers from the university, attended the Artist Reception on Sept. 9th and visited the exhibition. ...read more
Since spring 2011, China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), the international arm of the Chinese National Ministry of Education, and one of CSUN's education partners in China, has sent five large groups of Chinese school principals, education bureau chiefs, and special-grade teachers to CSUN for training workshops on American school reform. The China Institute and the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies have played major hosts to these distinguished education visitors. ...read more
On Oct. 4 and 5, 2010, a group of Shanghai Normal University art students and faculty members from Shanghai, China, visited the CSUN Art department. The first day of their visit, the students and faculty were given a tour of the art facilities and observed CSUN art students and faculty in their various classrooms ...read more
The Tseng College values its relationship with Chinese universities and their students. It recognizes that China leads other countries in the number of international students seeking higher education in the United States. As part of its educational outreach, The Tseng College hosts periodic seminars at CSUN for Chinese students ...read more
CSUN CSSA (California State University Chinese Students & Scholars Association) was established in 2008. This organization is a social club that was formed by a group of ambitious and patriotic Chinese students and scholars. Our mission is to enhance friendship and comradeship amongst members; to carry forward Chinese cultures ...read more
During my six month stay in Los Angeles, I was lucky to have the chance to work as an intern in a local non profit organization-The Valley Economic Alliance for two months, which gave me a great opportunity to gain a better understanding of the operation of non profit organizations, as well as American working environment and working culture ...read more
We decided to watch the Rose Parade in Pasadena City in the New Year during our stay in LA, not only because the parade is one of the most traditional New Year celebrations in the United States, but also because we had a very special reason: Shanghai EXPO Theme Float sponsored by the American- Chinese would debut at the 121- year-old Pasadena Rose Parade ...read more
Wuhan students and teachers visit UC Berkeley
(L to R) Curator Dr. Meiqin Wang, Associate vice president Dr. Marc Johnson, artist Weng Fen, and China Institute director Dr. Justine Su at the Artist Reception, CSUN Art Galleries, Sept. 9, 2011
Associate Vice President Mack Johnson, ELPS Chair William De La Torre, CSUN faculty and local school hosts celebrate with the Chinese delegation members on the successful completion of the training workshops at CSUN.
Dr. Johnson hosts SNU art delegation.
Dean Bucker hosts SNU art exhibition