Chinese Club was founded as a resource for expanding and increasing awareness of the Chinese culture and language at Carleton College. It provides an environment that gives students, taking Chinese or otherwise, a chance to learn and practice Chinese.
Chinese Movie Night Thursdays 7:00-8:30 pm, location Parish Basement. (Movies are in Chinese with English subtitles.)
Chinese Tea Time is Wednesday from 7-8:00 pm, location 411 E Second Street
Chinese Tea Time for Chinese 102 is Monday 7-8:00pm, location 411 E Second Street
Chinese Lunch Table is in the LDC every Tuesday from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Professors, language associate and students of all levels come to dine and practice their Chinese and to ask questions regarding study abroad in China.
Chinese breakfast table for Chinese 102 is Thursday 9:00-9:40 am in East Dining Hall
Dinners – For special occasions such as Chinese New Year and the freshmen welcome party, the Chinese Club, in conjunction with the Chinese Language Associate and the Chinese language students living in Parish, host a Chinese dinner. Typical dishes include sweet and sour pork and ma-po tofu.
Come enjoy Japanese ocha (tea), movies, and culture. Look for our special dinners. We’ll even sumo wrestle if you dare us. Questions? Want to join the mailing list? Email the language associate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more on the Japanese at Carleton Facebook page.
Japanese Movies from 7:30-9:30 pm on Fridays in LDC 202
Japanese Tea on Tuesday or Sunday from 7:30-8:30 pm, location 411 E Second Street (see Japanese at Carleton on Facebook for updates)
Japanese Lunch Table from 12:00-1:00 pm on Thursdays in East Dining. Engage in conversation with fellow students, native Japanese speakers, and your very own Japanese professors. Speakers of all levels are welcome!
Dinners – Every few weeks in Parish House Basement interested students may work hands-on in preparing Japanese cuisine together with the language associate. Dishes prepared in the past include: miso soup, dumplings, Japanese curry rice, as well as sushi. Students may even give suggestions on what to cook. Join the mailing list to find out about upcoming dinners.