Chinese Language and Transcultural Communication Training at Treasure Island Resort - 2nd Stage
Date: August, 01, 2017 10:04 Age: 132 days
Confucius Institute at The University of the South Pacific Lautoka Campus
Conducted the 2nd Stage of Chinese Language and Transcultural Communication Training at Treasure Island Resort
6月21日至25日，南太平洋大学孔子学院（以下简称南太孔院）在斐济金银岛度假村（Treasure Island Resort）顺利完成第二期汉语言及跨文化交际培训。本次培训由南太孔院劳托卡教学点组织开展，为期五天，共计10学时，来自市场营销部、餐饮部等部门的11名员工参与了本次培训。
From 21st to 25th June 2017, Confucius Institute at The University of the South Pacific (CI-USP) successfully conducted the Second Stage of Chinese Language and Transcultural Communication Training at Treasure Island Resort. Organized by CI-USP Lautoka Teaching Point, this 10-hour training course was participated in by 11 staff members from Sales & Marketing, Food & Beverage and other departments.
Based on the first training in last December, the second training was divided into three major topics, including the introduction to China and Chinese traditional culture, behaviors and habits of Chinese outbound tourists, and higher level of basic Chinese language at work. All participants showed great interest in China and Chinese language. By means of trainer-trainee interaction, video-watching, imitating practice and situational practice, participants updated their old impression on Chinese culture and people, had a newer and better understanding of China. The trainees were reviewed the knowledge taught in the last session and improved the basic skills in Chinese speaking and listening. After the training course, many participants shared with Mr. Jie Huang much positive feedback and praise of this training.
As the friendly relationship has been developing in a fast speed in recently years, more and more Chinese tourists choose to come to Fiji. Learning Chinese culture and basic language has become an urgent need for tourism practitioners. Since established in 2012, CI-USP has been playing an important role in building the bridge of communication between Fiji and China. With the development of Model Confucius Institute and support from USP Lautoka Campus, online Chinese course and more Confucius Classrooms are about to open, aiming to promote Chinese language and culture and benefit the South Pacific Region better in the years to come.
Group photo of Chinese teacher and some of the participants