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Selected Chinese Ink Paintings Exhibited in China Cultural Centre (Sydney)
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Titled “Chinese Style”, an exhibition contains 40 pieces national-level Chinese ink paintings was opened at China Cultural Centre on 15th December. Exhibited items portray various themes as figures, landscapes and natural scenery, delivering a peaceful and enchanting overall feeling through characteristic skills and techniques of Chinese ink painting. Created by a number eminent artists such […]

China Cultural Centre (Sydney) and City of Sydney Work Collaboratively to Dish Out 2017 Chinese New Year Programs
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  China Cultural Centre (Sydney) joins hands with City of Sydney in the “2017 Happy Chinese New Year Cultural Events” media conference on Tuesday, 14th December. During the conference, major organisations that participated in the New Year celebration of 2017 in Sydney were also invited and gave detailed information regarding each of their associated programs. […]

“Tea and Chinese Humanism” Interprets Chinese Tea Culture
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Once regarded by renowned scientist Joseph Needham, tea was the fifth greatest invention of ancient China, after gunpowder, paper making, printing and the compass. Not only is tea a famous beverage around the globe, it also plays a tremendous part in Chinese culture as its people respect tea as a precious kind of living creature. […]

Chinese Youth Art Troupe Exchange Performance held in Loreto Kirribilli
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Invited by China Cultural Centre (Sydney), Nanjing Little Red Flower Art Troupe arrived in Sydney girl school — Loreto Kirribilli on 2nd December, presenting a cultural exchange performance together with Australian local students. As a public school, Nanjing Little Red Flower is specialised in dancing, singing and instrument teaching. With a rich history of 50 […]

“Chinese Story 2016” exhibits the vibrancy and prosperity of modern China
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  Selected from tens of thousands of entries submitted by more than 1000 photographers in China, “Chinese Story 2016”, consisting of 60 handpicked photos, displays the varied lives of Chinese people in this vast and richly endowed land. The enchanting moments they captured are no less vivid and authentic depictions of the modern Chinese society. […]

Australia China Co-production Forum Brings a Closer Industry Relationship
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The 2nd Australia China Co-production Forum was held on 22nd November 2016 at Fox Studios Australia in Sydney. Organised by International Chinese Film Festival (ICFF), the Australian Screen Association (ASA), the Motion Picture Association (MPA), China Film Co-production Corporation (CFCC) and China Cultural Centre in Sydney, this year’s Forum attracted nearly 200 participants including producers, […]

Health Qigong Workshop Enhances Practitioners Skills
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  Organised by China Cultural Centre in Sydney, a relaxing Qigong workshop was held on 12th November, offering a free opportunity for the Sydney public to improve their skills in practising traditional Chinese health exercise. With brief explanation of the aim and effects of this course, the two-day workshop mainly focused on the introduction of […]

“Tradition Meets Trend” — Chinese Silk Fashion Show appeals to the Australian public
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As Australia’s first and perhaps the largest Chinese fashion show held in public, “Chinese Silk Fashion Show: Tradition Meets Trend” was presented at Pitt Street Mall on 5 November, bringing latest trends from Chinese fashion industry to the Southern Hemisphere. Encompassing and highlighting the quintessential Chinese features of ink wash painting, colour of Chinese red, […]

Kite Making and Fan Painting Workshops Delights School Students
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In conjunction with the “Cultural Breeze” — Exhibition on Kites and Fans, two associated workshops were introduced to students from Loreto Kirribilli. These fascinating cultural sessions were focused on traditional Chinese fan painting and kite making. Three instructors, Mr Guofu Ding, Mr Yuecheng Jin, and Ms Beihong Yu, gave introductions to local students with reference […]

“Life in Motion” Delineates the Classic and Modern through Contemporary Dance
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Choreographed by Chinese dance prodigy Liu Fuyang and performed by 29 talented young dancer, Life in Motion, the finale of Liu’s incredibly popular series of works, made its premiere performance in Sydney on 14th October. Experimentally conceived and avant-garde in style, Life in Motion encompasses symbolic elements that reflect the Eastern culture, along with an emphasis […]

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