Monday, November 14, 2016

International Ed Week First Stop-- China!

image of China official flag and photo from a busy street in Hong Kong with dozens of shoppers. Text; Rio Salado College International Ed Week, 2016

We kick off International Education Week with China-- a global super power that plays a vital role in our international economy with many long-standing cultural traditions. 

Learn about Chinese history, culture, cuisine and more by taking advantage of these events and activities.

image: Great Wall of China

Chinese Display: International Ed. Dept. (ground floor, Tower), 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Themed Videos and Library Display: Café at Rio, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Activity: Visit the International Ed. Dept. to learn more about China.
Café at Rio Lunch Special: Kung Pao Chicken, $6.49 or Beef & Broccoli, $6.99

Library Resources
The Rio Salado Library has produced a guide, which highlights targeted resources that can help you learn more about China. Included are books, eBooks, streaming films,selected library databases and more-- hand-picked by the library team for this year's event. Check it out now online. Please note, you must be logged into RioLearn to access.
image of illustrated Chinese fans
Daily Prizes!
All International Education Week participants will be entered into a drawing to win a prize. One entry per person per day. Participants are required to sign in for in-person activities hosted at the Tempe headquarters to be eligible. Can't make an event? Submit a photo and caption of a related activity to to be entered into the drawing.

Stay up-to-date and engage in the dialogue: #Rio2016InternationaEdWeek #IEW2016 #RioSaladoCollege 

image of a group of students taking a selfie.  text: International education Week

International Education Week is an annual initiative led by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to help promote the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Rio Salado is proud to take part in the bureau’s efforts to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries by means of educational and cultural exchange that assist in the development of peaceful relations.