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    Title: 中共孔子學院政策
    Other Titles: China's confucius institute policy
    Authors: 嚴怡君;Yen, Yi-Chun
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 孔子學院;台灣書院;公共外交;公眾外交;文化外交;軟實力;中國外交;Confucius Institute;Public Diplomacy;Cultural Diplomacy;Soft Power;Taiwan Academy
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-06-21 06:53:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 2004年中共在韓國成立以孔子為命名的對外漢語推廣機構「孔子學院」。2004年至今,不到十年,孔子學院於全球設立數量,已經逼近建立百年的法語聯盟。學習一種語言的同時,也是在學習一種文化。文化的影響力則能有效穿透政治或經濟領域的隔閡。本文研究主題為中共孔子學院政策,孔子學院為中國對外漢語教學機構,其主要接觸的對象為國外公眾。
    Learning a new language, leads to you appreciating a new culture. The cultural effect is much stronger than the political or economic ones. China in recent year used “Confucius” named its institution which aim to promote Chinese language culture in foreign countries. In November 2004, the first Confucius Institute was established in Korea. Until November 2011, there are 850 Confucius Institutes (include the Confucius Classroom) around the world. This study discusses China’s Confucius Institute policy.
    The time of this study covers from 2004 to 2011, as the first Confucius Institute was established in Korea in 2004. China was the main research target country. This study used Public Diplomacy as research approach. The study has 7 chapters.
    Chapter one is an introduction of the thesis and chapter seven is the conclusion. Chapter two discusses the development and the definition of Public Diplomacy, the development of Chinese public diplomacy, and the connection between Public Diplomacy and Confucius Institute. Chapter three classifies the factors of Confucius Institute into four parts: history, diplomacy, economy and culture. Chapter four discusses the development, the distribution of Confucius Institute. Chapter five compares the Britain, France, Germany and Spain’s experience in promoting their national languages with Confucius Institute Policy. Chapter six evaluates Confucius Institute Policy.
    The conclusion of this study is that the accelerated pace of Confucius Institute has exceeded Beijing’s official expectations and foreign precedents. "The University -to University" model is conducive to its rapid expansion. Confucius Institute Policy is one of the diplomacy achievements under Hu Jintao’s presidency and worked in concern with China’s Peaceful development. In addition, Confucius Institute Policy is part of the Beijing’s Grand Strategy, packaged with cultural cover but containing political calculus. The number of countries that find China Favorable has not increased, but other countries, such as Japan, Korea, India, and Taiwan, began to emulate China''s Confucius Institute Policy. Comparing with China’s Confucius Institute, Taiwan Academy still needs long-term plan. In the future, Taiwan Academy could be the catalyst of Confucius Institute and promotes Taiwan culturally to the World.
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