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6th May 2017, China Cultural Centre in NZ held a 'Cultural Flash Mob' event at Wellington Civic Square as part of the program --2017 " China Cultural Week". This event is success presented China Intangible Cultural Heritage --TaiChi, QiPao and Peking Opera to Local communities and tourists from overseas, successfully grabbed a lot of attentions & interests from audiences.
中華文化中心 CHINESE CULTURE CENTRE opens in MOSCOW, Russia Moscow, Russia December 05, 2012 -Video from RIA Novosti (Видео с Российское агентство международных новостей) An opening ceremony has been held for the Chinese Cultural Center in Moscow. Wednesday's event was attended by Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets and China's State Councilor Liu Yandun. The center aims to inform Russians about Chinese culture, the country's scientific and spiritual life and contribute to the expansion of bilateral economic and educational ties, as well as other areas of cooperation. The Cultural Center plans to show films and hold performances, book presentations, exhibitions and meetings with artists. A whole range of courses and master classes will also be available. 1. Various of Chinese Cu...
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...
西南中国 茁壮生长的力量 四川美术学院教师优秀作品展 Southwest China Thriving Energy- Faculty Exhibition of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute 时间：2017年7月29日 星期六 至8月15日 星期二 Time：July 29th (Saturday) to August 15th, 2017 (Tuesday) 地点：中国文化中心二楼展厅 Venue：2nd Floor, Exhibition Hall, China Cultural Centre 主办单位： 中国文化中心 中外文化交流中心 四川美术学院 Sponsor： China Cultural Centre Network of International Culturalink Entities Sichuan Fine Arts Institute Cop A Feel by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ For more art related information, please kindly check out us in below channels and visit our website www.artist.com.sg ►WEBSITE: http://www.artist.com.sg ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sgp.artist ►INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram...
Senegal's is set to host a Chinese cultural center in its capital Dakar.This follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Senegalese foreign minister and the ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Senegal. Senegal's foreign minister Mankeur Ndiaye says the center will help the people of Senegal learn more about China and will also promote the development of local culture. Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Senegal Chine Zhang Xun said the establishment of the center seeks to maintain cultural diversity and will be a good place for dialogues between different cultures.China has established five cultural centers in Africa, in Mauritius, Benin, Tanzania, Nigeria and Egypt.
The cultural exhibition "Blooms of Vitality, Colors of Life" was launched in Singapore on Saturday. It is Singapore's first multimedia exhibition on local Chinese culture. Organized by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center, the exhibition explores Chinese culture in the city state from perspectives of humanities, and presents its vitality through poetic narratives. The exhibition showcases the evolution of Singapore's unique Chinese culture with vivid expressions, interactive exhibits and special visual projections. The cultural exhibition will open to the public to the end of January. A series of specially designed "Cultural Weekends" activities will be held during the period.