Yi Duo Bu Fen Theory in Chinese Culture Course Design (80128)

Session Information: Comparative Cultural Studies
Session Chair: Dasim Budimansyah

Sunday, 26 May 2024 09:30
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 705
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

The concept of YI DUO BU FEN (Indivisibility of One and Many) was first proposed by Tang Junyi, a scholar of the Republic of China, and then further elaborated and interpreted by the contemporary American scholar Roger T· Ames. The characteristic of Indivisibility of One and Many is reflected in all aspects of Chinese thought and culture. In Chinese, it is reflected in the unity of sound, form and meaning; in the content of Chinese teaching, it is reflected in the wholeness of curriculum standards, teaching materials and courses; in the process of Chinese teaching, each link is also an inseparable whole; and the teaching activities have a bearing on the students' interest in and motivation for Chinese language learning, the cultivation of learning habits, the mastery of learning methods, and even the direction of the students' lives and careers. Similarly, the changes and development of students will also have an impact on the professional development of Chinese language teachers. When teachers are aware of this and incorporate Indivisibility of One and Many into their understanding of Chinese language and Chinese language education, it will help students, teachers and the international Chinese language education profession to develop, which will not only promote Chinese language learners' understanding of Chinese culture, but also minimize misunderstandings and prejudices caused by cultural differences.

Haiying Ma, Shanghai Sihe Culture Co, China

About the Presenter(s)
Haiying Ma is a professional Chinese Language teacher in Shanghai.She abtained a Master degree of Chinese Philosophy from Renmin University of China.She has been actively involved at Chinese teaching,Daoism studies and Intercultural Communication.

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