Korean Language and Culture
This course introduces knowledge of Korean language and Korean culture. The course covers topics such as foundation Korean language, facts about Korean, past and present of Korean culture, Korean society and lifestyle, Korean wave and Korean business culture. Students who have completed the course should be able to apply Korean language acquired to daily life and work contexts, demonstrate an understanding of contemporary Korean culture, and enhance self-understanding and personal growth.
Practical Translation (CHI-ENG)
In Practical Translation (CHI-ENG), student-centred learning and teaching activities are designed to enable students to understand fundamental theories and concepts, develop their generic skills, and address their career aspirations in translation.
This course introduces fundamental knowledge of psychology and provides an overview of the profession of psychology in Hong Kong. Diverse areas in psychology, such as motivation, intelligence and personality development, stress and conflict management, mental health or positive psychology will be covered. Students who have completed the course should be able to grasp the foundations of psychology theories and application techniques towards individual, social and professional contexts. Meanwhile, students’ self-understanding and personal growth will also be promoted.
Applied Japanese and Japanese Culture
After completing the course, students could use basic communication skills in Japanese, and apply the skills to daily life and work contexts. Students can also understand the history of Japanese culture, contemporary Japanese culture, and Japanese business culture. Students will acquire effective written and oral communication skills in Japanese for further studies and career development in related industries.