Hungarians on the Silk Road – The Széchenyi expeditions and Sir Aurel Stein’s explorations in the heart of Asia” exhibition
The exhibition entitled „Hungarians on the Silk Road – The Széchenyi expeditions and Sir Aurel Stein’s explorations in the heart of Asia” is a joint exhibition of the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Ybl Creative House Buda, the PAIGEO Foundation, the Confucius Institute at University of Szeged and the SZTE Klebelsberg Library, which will took place in the SZTE József Attila Educational and Information Center between 19 March-1 April, 2019 in Szeged.
At 6 o’clock on the evening of October 29th (local time), the cultural exchange of “2018 Embrace China: Chongqing Cultural Week” was held at the Conservatory of Music at the University of Szeged, Hungary. The activities were divided into two parts: the exhibition of Chongqing intangible cultural heritage and the traditional Chinese folk music performance. The audience from the Szeged area felt the charm of China’s intangible cultural heritage and was enchanted by the colorful Chinese traditional music.
A bright moon is shining over the sea, a moment of happy reunion the world over (a line from a poem by ZHANG Jiuling, 678-740). In order to celebrate the Chinese traditional festival of the Mid-Autumn Festival and spread Chinese culture to the local populace, the Confucius Institute at the University of Szeged (SZTE CI) in Hungary organized a series of varied and colorful cultural activities, with a positive result.
On 8 October 2018 (Monday) at 12.10 the Hungarian language major students of Shanghai International Studies University together with the colleagues of SZTE Confucius Institute will recite Petőfi Sándor’s famous poem entitled ‘Would I were a river’ both in Hungarian and Chinese language.
Together with our friends and students, the Confucius Institute at the University of Szeged celebrates the arrival of autumn, the holiday of family and friendship on 25 September. According to Chinese traditions, the Moon is the most complete on the sky on this day. Chinese families get together at this time of the year to admire the shining full moon and eat some delicious mooncakes.