Chinese Internet Language and Culture
Yabei Hu, kínverskukennari og myndasöguteiknari, flytur erindi um kínverskt netmál og menningu. Tungumál netheima eru stútfull af slangri, dulinni merkingu og óvæntum nálgunum. Hvort sem þú talar reiprennandi kínversku eða alls enga er fjölmargt sem þú getur lært um menningu kínverskra netheima. Viðburðurinn fer fram á ensku – nánari upplýsingar hér að neðan.
Snack and chat about China
The event is organized by the Chinese-Icelandic Culture Association and the Northern Lights Confucius Institute, which also offers free refreshments. It will be held on Thursday, February 15, 2024 at 17:30 in room VHV-007, basement of Veröld, Vigdís building, Brynjólfsgötu 1, Reykjavík. There is plenty of free parking next to the building. Before the lecture begins, refreshments will be offered and guests can chat and enjoy them and build guanxi, which is a term used in Chinese culture to describe an individual’s social network. Then the lecture will take place, which is estimated to last around 30-45 minutes. Participation is free and everyone is welcome.
She is a Chinese teacher at the Confucius Institute in Iceland. She previously worked as a consultant for Ernst&Young in telecom, media and technology, working for some of the biggest brand names in the world. She also draws comics and can be found on Instagram at “So Bear Comics”. Her latest book -Mostly at Home- can be found in Nexus. – The event will be in English
Language changes once we’re on the internet. Did you know 2333 is Chinese internet slang for hahaha? Yabei Hu, a Chinese teacher will teach us about Chinese internet culture and language. Whether you speak fluent Chinese or none at all, there is plenty for you to learn about the Chinese netizen culture. New words, hidden words, meaningless words, acronyms, and numbers as words. What goes on on the Chinese internet?