Chinese Cultural Artifacts

 In TELI Diary

In TeLi, we’re all about new fantastic ways in enhancing the traditional way of teaching. From pre-production like creating storyboard, to post-production including video and audio editing, we use technology to transform the way we deliver knowledge to students, increase in-class interactions, advance their problem solving skills, and encourage collaboration between students to promote peer-to-peer learnings.

Hong Kong is the world centre of the Chinese global antiquities trade. And in the upcoming Common Core course ‘CCCH9052: Arts, Science and Artifacts in Chinese Cultural Heritage’, Prof. Quentin A. Parker will be appreciating the aesthetics, history and beauty of Chinese antiquities that offer deeper looks into what these artifacts can mean for Chinese culture. Today in the TeLi studio, we filmed the trailer for the course.

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