The Jesuit’s Beijing Center Shares China with the World

The Great Wall. One-fifth of the world’s population. Tiananmen Square.

What do you really know about China?  Where 5,000 years of history and culture clash with unprecedented growth and change, China has become one of the most exotic and dynamic places on Earth.

Founded by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities in 1998, The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies (TBC) has provided the world an unprecedented education about China. Students travel to Beijing to learn about and experience culture shaped by Confucius philosophy, dynastic rule, striking art forms, economic growth, and political revolution.

Jesuit Father John Guiney, the Director of Jesuit Missions in Ireland, visited China last year and had the opportunity to visit TBC and interview its director, Jesuit Father Roberto Ribeiro.

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