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International Symposium on Intercultural Communication and Chinese Language Teaching


Friday 28 June 2019, Strand Campus, King's College London

The Modern Language Centre at King’s College London is delighted to invite you to the International Symposium on Intercultural Communication and Chinese Language Teaching which is going to be held at the King’s College London on Friday 28 June 2019.

This one-day event will serve as a platform to enable participants to discuss the intercultural communication in Chinese language education, and we expect many and varied voices to meet during the conference. This conference aims to provide a common platform for educators, scholars, and researchers from different academic fields and cultural communities to interact, network and benefit from each other’s research and expertise related to intercultural communication issues in language education.

Tea/coffee and lunch will be provided. 

Download the programme


Conference queries

Please contact Hongfen Zhou, Team Leader, Modern Language Centre

The Programme

We look forward to an informative day as colleagues and our key note speakers share their current research, insights, or how they have introduced intercultural learning in to the classroom.

We look forward to the collaborative workshops and sharing of new ideas.

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Our Sponsors

Cypress Books


Cypress Books is a UK based publisher and distributor established in 1984. As the UK's first and largest distributor of books, periodicals and cultural products from China, Cypress Books has been the main source for publications in many different fields such as Chinese language and literature, history, art and traditional medicine.

Sinolingua London Limited

Sinolingua London

Sinolingua Co., Ltd., a member of China International Publishing Group (CIPG), was founded in 1986. Sinolingua London, the first overseas subsidiary of Sinolingua Co., Ltd., was established in March 2009. The company develops Chinese language textbooks and supplementary materials tailored for the UK markets.

Marco Polo Exchange Program


Established in 2016 in Hangzhou, China, Marco Polo Culture Exchange Program provides opportunities for adventurous young adults worldwide to gain first-hand cultural exchange experience while staying with a local Chinese family. Students benefit from weekly Mandarin tutorial, Chinese culture class and monthly activities.