This CCL-recognised course is designed to teach beginner level’s Spanish with a series of interactive activities. Students will be able to get a taste of Latin America’s language and cultural richness through 5 distinctively themed sessions covering travel, dance, handicrafts, music, and food & drinks.
Session 5 (Handicrafts) - 26 Oct
Discover the history and culture behind Latin American’ handicrafts, and their relation to the pre-Columbian civilizations.
Venue: Online via ZOOM
Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmMedium of instruction: English and SpanishHost: Chicaca Culture - a group formed by 4 enthusiasts who are dedicated to promoting Spanish and Latin American culture in Hong Kong. They have recently produced an RTHK radio programme, which explores the stories of Hong Kong-based Latinos, as well as a 3-day Latin American Cultural Festival and a 2-week Day of the Dead Festival in Hong Kong.
Application Deadline: ONE WEEK PRIOR TO EACH SESSION
Eligibility: Undergraduates from UGC-funded programme (priority to Halls Residents)
*You may enroll into one or more of the sessions, but you are highly recommended to join all sessions for a full engagement and exposure to the topic.
- Workshop arrangements may change subject to COVID development. - Photos and/or videos might be taken during the activity and appear in the university's publicity materials. Your consent to this is assumed upon receiving your application. Otherwise please contact us.- Successful applicants will receive a confirmation email one day after the application deadline (e.g. 15 Sep 2022 for Session 1 - Travel).
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