Free Chinese knot

Chinese knotting is a decorative handicraft art that began as a form of Chinese folk art in China. Chinese knots are usually lanyard type arrangements where two cords enter from the top of the knot and two cords leave from the bottom. The knots are usually double-layered and symmetrical. In Chinese, “knot” means reunion, friendliness, peace, warmth, marriage, love, etc. They are often used to express good wishes, including happiness, prosperity, love and the absence of evil.

Free Activity: Qigong at BICC

Qigong is an ancient Chinese health care system that integrates physical postures, breathing techniques and focused intention.

Qigong practices can be classified as martial, medical, or spiritual. All styles have three things in common: they all involve a posture, (whether moving or stationary), breathing techniques, and mental focus.

In order to maintain your health, calm your minds, and reconnect with your spirit, BICC invites you for a Qigong activity from 14 :30pm to 16pm a tour sanlitun campus.

Free lecture: Geography of China

Geography of China

Do you know why China has such a large population?

Do you know why the east part of China is much more developed than the other parts?

Do you know why Chinese are traditionally conservative?

Do you know why Chinese were not keen on conquering other nations in history?

All of these questions we can find their answers from this course.

This course is for foreign students who have little knowledge of China’s geography and have the interests to learn about it.

Join us to celebrate Confucius's 2567th birthday in September!

In all languages we have the phrase “Confucius Said…”, right? but do you actually know who Confucius was or how important is he for the Chinese culture. Well if you are a big fan of Chinese history and love to travel around China, here at Beijing International Chinese College (BICC), we invite all foreigners to join us in a Free Fantastic 5 Days Adventure from Sep.26th to Sep.30th to Quzhou, Zhejiang Province in celebration of Confuciou’s 2567th birthday.