Faculty of Arts


Advanced Modern Chinese 1

Please note: this is archived course information from 2017 for CHINESE 300.


This course builds on the knowledge you have gained over the previous years of studying Chinese and aims to help you to develop independent and confident skills as a learner and user of Chinese in a Chinese speaking environment. This course covers Chapters 10-14 of the textbook, where you will read about various aspects of Chinese society, culture, politics, literature and history. This course will strengthen your knowledge of Chinese grammar and vocabulary and develop your skills in both written and spoken Chinese. You will also develop a deeper knowledge about Chinese language and China.

Important information

Students who study Chinese for the first time at the University of Auckland must complete the Language Ability Declaration and may be called for an interview and a placement test. Failure to complete the Language Ability Declaration will result in deletion of the enrolment.

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Availability 2017

Semester 1


Coordinator(s)  Margaret Lee


Transitional Chinese: Out of the Wading Pool and into the Swimming Pool


Coursework + exam


CHINESE 300: 15.0 points




May not be taken if a more advanced language acquisition course in this subject has previously been passed

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