Korea

1) Meeting with Yeungnam University International office
Mr. Lee Seunghwan (the second from right), Manager of International Cooperation, Office of International Programs of Yeungnam University in Korea, greeted Prof. SK Tse and his team when they arrived the University on 19 Oct 2011 as the 2nd International Conference on Learning and Teaching of Han Characters (21-23 Oct 2011) was held at Yeungnam University, Korea.
(from right to left) Prof. SK Tse (Director of CACLER), Mr. Lee Seunghwan (Manager of International Cooperation, Office of International Programs of Yeungnam University in Korea), Dr. Song Pyung Nyul (President of the Korea Society of Education in Chinese Characters and Classics), Mr. Zhang Tianruo (Former researcher of China National Institute for Educational Research), Prof. Kim Dong Suk (SungKyunKwan University, Korea)
2) School visit at Korea primary school on 20 Oct 2011
Prof. Tse and his team visited a primary school on 20 Oct 2011 at Gyeongjua, a coastal city in the far southeastern corner of North Gyeongsang province in South Korea. The school principal (first from right) introduced about the teaching of Han character in their school and arranged a lesson for observation.
In the lesson of teaching Han character, the teacher and her students have many interactions and the learning atmosphere is encouraging and interesting.
The students are excited to have guests visiting their school.
3) School visit at Korea secondary school on 21 Oct 2011
Some participants of the 2nd International Conference on Learning and Teaching of Han Characters joined our team to visit a secondary school on 21 Oct 2011 at Gyeongju, Korea. The principal introduced some basic information about their school. We were arranged to have lesson observation on teaching Han characters at junior level. We would like to thank Prof. Kim Dong Suk (the first from right), SungKyunKwan University, who acted as our translator during the school visits.
The principal of the secondary school (the third from left), Prof. SK Tse (the fourth from left) and some of conference participants have a group photo in front of the school after the lesson observation.

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