考古学在中国是发展最快且最令人兴奋的研究领域之一。在上个世纪，中国凭借丰富的文物 出土，让世界在此沉迷在其悠久的历史之中。本课程将探讨被学者 认定为对中国文明有着重要意义的独特文物。我们将专注于农业、天文、音乐、冶金、纺织、建筑、彩陶、玉器、青铜器、造船和针灸等领域。通过探索这些珍品是 如何揭示中国的过去，并引导中国文化的未来，我们将点燃你的好奇心。
Chinese archaeology is a fast-growing and exciting field of study in China. This course will examine the unique cultural relics and focus on the fields of agriculture, astronomy, music, metallurgy, textiles, architecture, painted pottery, jade articles, bronze ware, shipbuilding and acupuncture. We will ignite your curiosity as we explore how these treasures reveal China’s past, and guide the future of Chinese culture. Course starts 2 March 2015 — enroll now!
This course is an introduction to psychology, based on classic theory and the latest empirical research, which reviews the basic theory, methods, and research findings of scientific psychology with a strong focus on positive psychology. Course starts 10 March 2015 — enroll now!
The course is offered for undergraduate students of non-history department in the Peking University. This is a course in an all round way to review Chinese history from ancient times to the Qing Dynasty. The students will know the outline of ancient Chinese history and be interested in it. Course starts 10 March 2015 — enroll now.
Improve Chinese proficiency and be more accurate and fluent in using Chinese as a second language. You are supposed to have learned more than 1500 words and basic Chinese grammar. 希望进一步提高汉语水平、提高表达准确度和流利度的汉语学习者，要求已经掌握了1500左右词汇，基本的汉语语法知识。Starts 16 March 2015 —enroll now!
China’s past, present, and future: through history, geography, philosophies, literature, politics, economy, art, and ecology. Modern China presents a dual image: a society transforming itself through economic development and infrastructure investment that aspires to global leadership; and the world’s largest and oldest bureaucratic state, with multiple traditions in its cultural, economic, and political life. This course and series is self-paced — enroll now!
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