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Chinese Literature    [Course Catalog of this Semester]
Goal   
  • Cultivate principle literacy of Chinese Literature. Pass down Chinese humanistic thought. Practice interpretation of classics and creativity of literature. Be able to think independently and criticize. Care about local culture groups.
  • Principle Literacy and Competence   
    [Principle Literacy]
  • Professional knowledge in Chinese language.
  • Professional knowledge in Chinese classics and thoughts.
  • Professional knowledge in classical Chinese literature and literary theory
  • Professional knowledge in modern Chinese literature and literary theory
  • Professional knowledge in practical Chinese literature and thematic literature
  • [Competence]
  • Capabilities for the analysis, expression and application of languages.
  • Capabilities literature review and interpretations in research
  • Capabilities for the appreciation, creation and application of classical and modern literature
  • Ability to understand and apply literary theory
  • Capabilities for the application and creation of practical literature
  • Course Classification
    Course Classification Course Name
    A. School common required course
    [CL0001]SERVICE STUDY (1), [CL0002]SERVICE STUDY (2)
    B. General education courses
    []STUDIES AND PRACTICE OF SELECTED CHINESE LITERATURE WORKS 1, []STUDIES AND PRACTICE OF SELECTED CHINESE LITERATURE WORKS 2
    C. Faculty core courses
    D. Department/Institute core courses
    [CL1103]INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (1), [CL1104]INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (2), [CL1109]INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE CLASSICS (1), [CL1110]INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE CLASSICS (2), [CL1125]APPRECIATION & COMPOSITION OF DRAMA, [CL1126]APPRECIATION & COMPOSITION OF DRAMA, [CL2001]CHINESE PALEOGRAPHY(1), [CL2002]CHINESE PALEOGRAPHY(2), [CL2003]READINGS IN CLASSICS (1), [CL2004]READINGS IN CLASSICS (2), [CL2005]READINGS IN POETRY (1), [CL2006]READINGS IN POETRY (2), [CL2007]HISTORY OF CHINESE LITERATURE (1), [CL2008]HISTORY OF CHINESE LITERATURE (2), [CL2024]HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (1), [CL2025]HISTORY OF CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (2), [CL3001]READINGS IN LYRICAL WORKS(1), [CL3002]READINGS IN LYRICAL WORKS(2), [CL3003]READING OF SELECTED CHU ( WITH WRITING PRACTICE ), [CL3005]PHONOLOGY(1), [CL3006]PHONOLOGY(2), [CL3007]APPRECIATION & COMPOSITION OF NOVEL, [CL3008]APPRECIATION & COMPOSITION OF NOVEL
    E. Interdisciplinary courses
    []MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY(1), []MASS COMMUNICATION THEORY(2), []JOURNALISM(1), []JOURNALISM(2), [CL2048]NEWS GATHERING AND WRITING(1), [CL2049]NEWS GATHERING AND WRITING(2), [CL2053]CULTURAL DIFFUSION AND LITERARY PRODUCTION, [CL3025]ETHICS, [CL3027]AESTHETIC ECONOMICS AND CREATIVE INDUSTRY, [CL3033]METAPHYCISL
    F. Incorporating Service-Learning into the course
    [CL3035]ON THE MOUNTAIN AND BY THE SEA-PROGRAM AND PRACTICE, [CL3048]SOCIAL INNOVATION PRACTICE OF SATOYAMA, [CL3052]FOOD, AGRICULTURE EDUCATION, AND PERMACULTURE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE, [CL3053]PEDESTRIAN PLANNING AND DESIGN, [CL3074]DEVELOP PRODUCT, DESIGN PACKAGE,AND VALIDATE MARKET WITH QUANTIAN GREEN CONSERVATION WATER CHESTNUT
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    [CL1114]CHINESE PHONETICS, [CL1117]JAPANESE(1), [CL1118]JAPANESE(2), [CL1123]INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS, []INTRODUCTION TO THE MIN-NAN DIALECT, [CL2001]JAPANESE(3), [CL2001]JAPANESE(4), [CL2023]STRUCTURE OF LITERARY COMPOSITION, [CL2054]WRITING OF CRITICISM ON LITERATURE AND CINEMA, [CL3004]LITERATURE OF DUEN HWANG, [CL3028]INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE PALEOGRPHY, [CL3029]HISTORICAL SEMANTICS, [CL3032]GUIDED READY OF UNEARTHED DOCUMENTS, [CL3045]FOLK LITERATURE AND FIELD STUDY(1), [CL3046]FOLK LITERATURE AND FIELD STUDY(2), [CL3050]ETYMOLOGY(1), [CL3051]ETYMOLOGY(2), [CL3065]SOCIOLINGUISTICS
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    [CL1119]FOUR BOOKS (1), [CL1120]FOUR BOOKS(2), [CL2011]SHIH CHING (THE BOOK OF ODES) (1), [CL2012]SHIH CHING (THE BOOK OF ODES) (2), [CL2013]JOU YIH (1), [CL2014]JOU YIH (2), [CL2015]READINGS OF LI-XUE MACTER PIECES(1), [CL2016]READINGS OF LI-XUE MACTER PIECES(2), [CL2029]NEO-CONFUCIANISM READINGS(1), [CL2030]NEO-CONFUCIANISM READINGS(2), [CL2033]SHIH SHUO HSIN YU, [CL2038]AN INTRODUCTION TO NUMEROLOGY(1), [CL2039]AN INTRODUCTION TO NUMEROLOGY(2), [CL3000]THE HERMENEUTICS, [CL3001]THE HERMENEUTICS(1), [CL3002]THE HERMENEUTICS(2), [CL3011]HSUN TZU, [CL3014]LAO TZU, [CL3016]CHUAN TZU(1), [CL3017]CHUAN TZU(2), [CL3022]CHUAN TZU, []AN INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM (1), []AN INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM (2), [CL3041]INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN PHILOSOPHY, [CL3042]JOU YIH, [CL3043]AN INTRODUCTION TO NUMEROLOGY, [CL3044]PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN LIFE-EXISTENCE, [CL3061]ZHU XIXUE(1), [CL3062]ZHU XIXUE(2), [CL3066]READINGS OF HERMENEUTICS, [CL3069]INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM(1), [CL3070]INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM(2), [CL3072]READINGS OF HERMENEUTICS(1), [CL3073]READINGS OF HERMENEUTICS(2)
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    [CL1111]PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTION OF CLASSICAL CHINESE DRAMA(1), [CL1112]PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTION OF CLASSICAL CHINESE DRAMA(2), [CL1121]SHIH CHI(THE RECORD OF HISTORY) (1), [CL1122]SHIH CHI(THE RECORD OF HISTORY) (2), [CL1124]ANALYSIS AND APPRECIATION OF CLASSICAL CHINESE DRAMA, [CL2009]TSO CHUAN (1), [CL2010]TSO CHUAN (2), [CL2017]CHUU TZU (1), [CL2018]CHU TZU (2), [CL2019]WEN HSIN TIAO LUNG (THE LITERARY MIND ELAHORA) (1), [CL2020]DRAGON-CARVINGS ON THE LITERARY MIND (2), [CL2021]INTRODUCTION TO MYTHS AND LEGENDS(1), [CL2022]INTRODUCTION TO MYTHS AND LEGENDS(2), [CL2031]THE SHORT ESSAYS OF MING & QING DYNASTIES MING-QING ESSAY(1), [CL2032]THE SHORT ESSAYS OF MING & QING DYNASTIES MING-QING ESSAY(2), [CL2036]READINGS OF SELECTED CLASSICAL CHINESE PLAYS]^, [CL2037]READINGS OF SELECTED CLASSICAL CHINESE PLAYS]^, [CL2051]THE POEMS OF TU-FU AND LEE PAI (1), [CL2052]THE POEMS OF TU-FU AND LEE PAI (2), []POEMS OF SU TONG PO(2), [CL3012]THE DREAMS IN THE RED CHAMBER(1), [CL3013]THE DREAMS IN THE RED CHAMBER(2), [CL3019]THE DREAMS IN THE RED CHAMBER, [CL3020]LI SHANG YINS POETRY(1), [CL3021]LI SHANG YINS POETRY(2), [CL3023]SHANG-SHU(1), [CL3024]SHANG-SHU(2), [CL3026]PRE-QIN INSTITUTION AND CULTURE, [CL3030]SELECT READING OF PLAYS(1), [CL3031]SELECT READING OF PLAYS(2), []POEMS OF SU TONG PO(1), [CL3034]LI SHANG YIN'S POETRY, [CL3037]PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTION OF CLASSICAL CHINESE DRAMA, [CL3038]CHINESE CLASSICAL CONTE, [CL3049]IMPERIAL EXAMINATION & LITERATURE OF TANG SONG DYNASTY, [CL3055]THE HISTORY OF CHINESE BUDDHISM(1), [CL3056]THE HISTORY OF CHINESE BUDDHISM(2), [CL3057]THE LIFE AND WORKS OF PO CHU-I, [CL3058]SELECTED READINGS ON THE CLASSICAL POETRY OF TAIWAN, [CL3067]READINGS IN MID AND LATE TANG POETRY, [CL3068]"LEGEND OF WOMEN" GENDER NARRATION IN THE HAN DYNASTY, [CL3071]LUN HENG: CULTURE AND THOUGHT IN HAN DYNASTY
    J.
    [CL1105]READINGS IN PROSE POETRY & COMPOSITION, [CL1106]READINGS IN PROSE & COMPOSITION, [CL1107]CONTEMPORARY POETRY APPRECIATION AND PRACTICE(1), [CL1108]CONTEMPORARY POETRY APPRECIATION AND PRACTICE(2), [CL2027]THE HISTORY OF TAIWANESE LITERATURE(1), [CL2028]THE HISTORY OF TAIWANESE LITERATURE(2), [CL2041]READ A THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE AND TO PUT ON A SHOW, [CL2042]IMAGERY STUDIES, [CL2043]PERFORMANCE & PRODUCTION, [CL3015]LITERATURE SOCIOLOGY, [CL3018]FEMININE LITERATURE, [CL3059]POETRY OF uECARTv(1), [CL3060]POETRY OF uECARTv(2)
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    [CL1113]CHINESE PAINTING, [CL1115]CALLIGRAPHY, [CL1116]THE ANCIENT POETRY RECITAL, [CL1128]ACADEMIC REPORT WRITING, [CL1129]ACADEMIC REPORT WRITING(1), [CL1130]ACADEMIC REPORT WRITING(2), [CL1131]CALLIGRAPHY ART, [CL1132]CALLIGRAPHY (1), [CL1133]CALLIGRAPHY (2), [CL1134]RURAL-URBAN CO-CONSTRUCTING AN ECO-GARDEN THROUGH DESIGN, PRACTICE, AND NARRATION, [CL2026]RHETORIC, [CL2034]PRACTICAL CHINESE (1), [CL2035]PRACTICAL CHINESE (2), [CL2040]PRACTICAL MANDARIN WRITING, [CL2050]CHINESE SYNTAX, [CL3036]CHINESE CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP, [CL3045]CLASSIC LITERATURE AND FASHION, [CL3047]EXPERIMENTS AND PRACTICAL FOR CHINESE OPERA, [CL3054]WRITING AND PUBLISHING PRACTICE, [CL3063]THE PLANNING AND PRACTICE OF CULTURAL AND ARTISTICS ACTIVITIES, [CL3064]PRACTICAL CHINESE
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