文化探索與生命實踐 Cultural Exploration and Life Practice
Starting from the reading and understanding of traditional Chinese culture, the team will lead the students to understand the humanistic spirit and ideological tradition in the classic, and think about how tradition and modernity should be combined, through life practice and local care, to reflect on the modern meaning of tradition.The team has five Learning Goals: (1) we will bring together local and foreign students, through graduate students to lead the university students, first from the classic reading and discussion, thinking about the timeless traditions and values of culture, explore cross-cultural dialogue and concept similarities and differences; (2) we will start through Hualian and Yilan and other places of cultural and historical monuments on-site survey work, or to visit the Palace Museum in Taipei, to in-depth understanding of different meanings of Culture, hope that students can find the entry point of traditional spirit in modern life, and try to publish papers or video records; (3) Our teachers and students will practice calligraphy together on weekdays, by asking professor Liao Cing-Hua or Professor Tu Chung Kao to teach the art of calligraphy and practical learning, to exercise the soul, cultivate a thick life literacy; (4) our teachers and students will practice the guqin together, and with the famous Guqin Dr. Chen Cin-Yi to teach the art of the guqin, so as to better understand the "Tao" and "art" behind the guqin; (5) we will lead students to the Hualian new residents' association to engage in service learning, not only to gain an in-depth understanding of the culture of the new residents, but also to explore the culture of the new residents, how to integrate people into local life, from which to carry out a variety of possible life practices. While caring for the local culture, we will rethink the modern meaning of our own theories, so that theoretical learning can be integrated with life, and indeed provide benefits to the physical and mental settlement of modern people.
- International students (preferred), major in education, psychology, social or cultural departments or are interested in these topics are considered.
- Local students, major in education, psychology, social or cultural departments or are interested in these topics are considered.