Dr Li Lan is a Lecturer and the Director of Teaching and Academic Research at the Confucius Institute for Ireland, University College Dublin. She is the Vice President of the Irish Association for Chinese Teaching and a committee member of the European Association for Chinese Teaching. Representative works include Analysis of the Application of Digital Methods to International Chinese Pedagogy, Popular Religion in Modern Chinese Politics: The New Role of Nuo, and Doing Business with China: The Irish Advantage and Challenge. She is also the editor-in-chief for the Irish TY Chinese Language and Culture Teaching Pack and the Chinese for Junior Cycle Short Course Textbook volumes.
BELLASSEN Joël 白乐桑, 法国国立东方语言文化学院博士生导师，法国首任国民教育汉语总督学，世界汉语教学学会副会长，欧洲汉语教学协会会长，法国汉语教学协会会长，兼任北京大学、北京师范大学、北京第二外国语学院、南开大学、武汉大学等中国高校客座教授。曾发表《法国汉语教育研究》 、《跨文化汉语教育学》、《中文初阶慕课》、《滚雪球学汉语》、《中国语言文字启蒙》等40部 及学术文章100余篇。他从事汉语教学、汉语教学法和教师培训工作几十年。他的研究和发表的专著及论文涉及中国语言文字文化教育、教师培训、法国及中国的语言政策，汉语教育史及跨文化交际等领域。
Professor Joël Bellassen is a PhD Supervisor in the field of Chinese language pedagogy at the French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Cultures. He was the first General Inspector of Chinese at the French Ministry of Education and is the current Vice-President of the World Chinese Language Teaching Association, President of the French Chinese Language Association, and Visiting Professor of Chinese universities such as Peking University, Beijing Normal University, Beijing Second Foreign Languages Institute, Wuhan University, and Nankai University. He has published more than 90 academic articles and 40 books including Chinese Language Education Research in France, Cross-Cultural Chinese Pedagogy, A MOOC of Elementary Chinese, Snowball Learning Chinese, and A Key for Chinese Language and Writing. He has been engaged in Chinese teaching, Chinese teaching methods, and teacher training for decades. His research and published monographs and papers cover Chinese language and culture education, teacher training, French and Chinese language policies, Chinese education history, and cross-cultural communication.
Topic: An Exploration of the Chinese Education History in France
Date: Wed., March 24
Time: 8 pm (Beijing Time); 1 pm (Paris Time); 8 am (New York Time)