From Kowtowing to Handshaking: Confucian Ritual Propriety and Their Modern Applications
Distinquished Speaker: Dr. Zuyan Chen
One of the most important phenomena that have changed the paradigm of the world since WWII is the powerful growth of many economies in East Asia. This trend started with the Japanese post-war economic miracle, followed by Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. China. What is the central driver in the “East Asian economic miracle?” What produces the underlying spirit for Asians to excel? In this lecture, Dr. Chen will discuss the legacy of Confucianism, its traditional forms, and its modern relevance.
Dr. Zu-yan Chen is a Professor of Chinese Literature at Binghamton University, State University of New York. He holds the rank of SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor. His publications include seven books and many articles spanning the fields of literature, history, Confucianism, translation, and language pedagogy.
Wu Man Solo Concert
Chinese Music Ensemble Semester Concert
You are invited to hear the MTSU Chinese Music Ensemble, joined by the Western Kentucky Chinese Music Ensemble, perform its concert for the fall semester on Friday, April 14th at 8 pm in MTSU's Hinton Hall.
If you are unable to attend in person, we will also live stream our concert on the MTSU School of Music YouTube channel.
Chinese Music Ensemble Joined Concert with Western Kentucky University Chinese Ensemble
You are invited to hear the MTSU Chinese Music Ensemble, joined by the Western Kentucky Chinese Music Ensemble, perform its concert for the fall semester on Friday, April 15th at 3 pm in WKU's room FAC 0189.
Dr. Mei Han
Weekdays 9:00 am -3:00 pm.
503A Bell Street, Suite 1600, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Andrew Woodfin Miller, Sr. Education Center
MTSU Box 168
1301 E Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132-0001