LGGC65H3: Reading Chinese and English: Global Perspectives

Designed for students who read Chinese and English well. Complex-simplified Chinese character conversion and vice versa, as well as English-Chinese and Chinese-English bilingual texts are emphasized through reading, discussion, and translation in a variety of topics from global perspectives, presentations, translation and translation comparison, and translation criticism.

(LGGB67H3). The instructor has the authority to exclude students whose level of proficiency is unsuitable for the course.
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
1. This course is bilingual and priority will be given to students enrolled in the Minor in English and Chinese Translation.
2. This course may be taken before or after LGGC64H3
3. Students who have taken this course may not subsequently take LGGC60H3, LGGC61H3, LGGC62H3, or LGGC63H3 for credit.