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Organised by the China Cultural Centre, Valletta, Malta, the first edition of "Singing Chinese Songs" was held on 18 Oct 2013 at its Centre. Most interesting was that the Chinese songs were sung by non-Chinese and amongst them were Maltese in majority . Several performers were children. Their pronunciations in Chinese are much commended. Performers were awarded with fabulous gifts from China, presented by Mr. Gu Hongxing, Director of the China Cultural Centre, Malta. Besides the show, three Maltese winners of the Online Quiz and Essay Competition were awarded with Certificates and famous silk paintings in the same evening. There were 1800 participants. Juries were from the Ministry of Culture China. After the show, a Chinese dinner reception was hosted at the Centre. The China Cult...
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For the past decade, the China Cultural Center in Mauritius has been organizing regular painting classes for local citizens. This is part of efforts to promote Chinese culture as well as empower local art enthusiasts. Here's more on that story. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Happy Chinese New Year ! The China Cultural Center in Brussels hosted Chinese artists and performers from Shanghai Fengxian Cultural Group during three days of activities, open to everyone! More than 300 persons attended the celebrations, with workshops, film and a unique performing show. Great success for this first edition of Happy Chinese New Year in Brussels! http://www.cccbrussels.be/ http://www.facebook.com/cccbrussels
China Cultural Centre in Nepal organized a China Cultural Tour to Tibet Autonomous Region of P.R. Of China in September of 2016. Jyapu Society, two students from Confucius Institute in Kathmandu University, photographers and friendship association members were the members of the delegation team led by Mr. Yin Kunsong, director of China Cultural Centre
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaking on how the Government has always supported groups that promote Chinese culture and mother tongue education. A new Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre would be located behind the Singapore Conference Hall, he said. PM Lee was speaking at National Day Rally 2014. Click here for transcript: http://bit.ly/1th8wZy and here to view the speech with sign language interpretation: http://bit.ly/1wza6tt
Almost three decades since the first China Cultural Center was opened in Mauritius in 1988, China has established 31 centers around the world - 12 in Europe, 10 in Asia, five in Africa, three in Australia and Oceania, and one in Latin America. More than 4,000 cultural activities have been held in these places, reaching over 3 million people across the globe. Through a series of cultural events – such as exhibitions, lectures, performances and trainings – the centers offer a close look at authentic Chinese culture, as well as boost exchanges and cooperation between China and the rest of the world. For more on Chinese culture, please subscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCleeqn61KSWipVWWu9kJfGQ Follow us: http://en.chinaculture.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.c...
studio505 developed an intricate yet simple and effective façade design to enclose and identify the massive Suzhou Science and Cultural Arts Centre. The scheme comprises over 1.5 kilometres of façade enclosing a large cultural centre for Suzhou. The base building, designed by Paul Andreu, houses opera halls, cinemas, cultural centre facilities, galleries, gardens and all manner of support infrastructure. The façade developed by studio 505 is a strategic solution to the varied requirements of this massive building. The outer screen is continuous; a smoothly curved skin of large interlocking hexagonal panels. Each panel is clad in water jet cut aluminium tiles. The tiles are designed with two orders of pattern: an interlocking grid of three hexagons, and a free flowing calligraphic ...
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What Happened in Tiananmen Square? http://bit.ly/1qs8e4V How Strict Are China's Censorship Laws? http://bit.ly/1WDh5i0 Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml In 1966, Mao Zedong launched his communist campaign, ending in the deaths of millions. So, what do we know about the Cultural Revolution? Learn More: New Yorker: The Cost of the Cultural Revolution, Fifty Years Later http://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/the-cost-of-the-cultural-revolution-fifty-years-later NPR: Newly Released Documents Detail Traumas of China's Cultural Revolution http://www.npr.org/2016/05/05/476873854/newly-released-documents-detail-traumas-of-chinas-cultural-revolution New York Times: 50 Years of Communism in China http://www.nytimes.com/library/world/asia/china-index-timeline.html History: Cultural Rev...
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