Chinese Psychology

These series of courses introduces things and choices that Chinese people like and dislike, explore the Chinese thinking style and the cultural background behind them. This course will help you to overcome cultural barriers.

Chinese Psychology
Course Information

Reservation for this course requires 24 hours in advance

Description

• From one, two, three... nine, ten, Chinese people have a special feeling for each number. Many people know that 1 represents the beginning, but do you know that 2 represents harmony, 8 is luck and 9 represents "most"? Which number is unlucky that nobody wants to use? Come listen to our "Chinese Digital Psychology" class.

Section Content
Section 1

About the numbers 1, 2, 3

"One" and Philosophy

"Two" and Aesthetics

"Three" and psychology

Section 2

About the numbers 4, 5, 6

"Four" and Geography

"Five" and Chinese people's world view

"Six" and well-wishing

Section 3

About the numbers 7, 8, 9

"Seven" and religion

"Eight" and modern life

"Nine" and national traditions


Highlights

• Interesting materials with a wide variety

• A list of traditions; “out with the old, in with the new”

• start small and kept close to real life


Requirements

• Equivalent to the HSK 5 or above


Suitability

• Learners who want to understand the Chinese people's way of thinking through numbers

授课老师
Lily

Experience

16 Years

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Ding Hu

Experience

10 Years

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Lin

Experience

6 Years

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李玉阳

Experience

17 Years

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邢芸

Experience

18 Years

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史蔚雯

Experience

17 Years

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Han Huiru

Experience

14 Years

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Jane

Experience

18 Years

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Ran Tian

Experience

2 Years

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