The third Chinese Corner event taught students the essence of Chinese Paper-cutting. The lesson was taught by one of the Chinese language professors. She essentially gave us the history of this art and the steps to perfecting our paper-cutting skills. Many students enjoyed the opportunity to learn such a prestige tradition.
Category: Campus Diversity
This week I decided to start a series of articles comparing our country to the countries represented here on our campus. As you know from reading my past articles, PC is very involved with countries all over the world extending the opportunities for students to get the experience of an American college and to further understand the American culture… The first area I’ll compare to our American culture is France
PC’s Homecoming weekend marked a celebration for people of all ages. Not only did our Blue Hose football team win, but we had many alumni on campus who were joyously eager to meet up with their college friends and reminisce on the way things used to be.
students who are joining our college for either a semester or maybe even just two, need places to go and things to do during the times when full-time American students look forward to the most—BREAKS! So I present the question—WHERE DO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS GO DURING BREAKS and or LONG WEEKENDS?
The Chinese Corner is a to way broaden PC students’ horizons and educated the average American student about China’s way of life. Not only are the events informational, they are full of entertainment that will help students with little or no knowledge about Chinese culture become eager to learn more and more.
Playing games, dancing, hanging out with your friends, and free food turns out to be an ideal way to spend a Friday night before a big game!
What most people do not imagine is that someone from Nepal would come all the way to Clinton, South Carolina to go to PC and get a college education.