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Chinese and Australian companies explored cooperative opportunities in animation industry

On the occasion of “Fantastic Hunan Animation Exhibition”, part of the “Charm of Hunan – Hunan Culture Season”, a promotion meeting was specifically organised by the China Cultural Centre in Sydney between leading animation companies from Hunan and representatives from relevant industries in Australia, providing both parties an opportunity to communicate and seek for future […]

China Cultural Centre in Sydney welcomed accountant training group from China

An accountant training group from China’s cultural sector, visited the China Cultural Centre in Sydney on 12th September. Shown around by Mrs. Zhao Li, the Director of the Centre, the training group had a comprehensive tour of the premises. “With an interior area of 750 square metres, China Cultural Centre in Sydney has been designed […]

Exhibition in Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the Victory of the World Anti-Fascist War” opened at China Cultural Centre in Sydney

An exhibition that features an array of authentic pictures recording the World Anti-Fascist War, opened at China Cultural Centre in Sydney on the night of 1st September. Hosted by the Consulate General of China in Sydney, the exhibition aims to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Victory of the World Anti Fascist War. “More than […]

“Third China Australia Literary Forum” opened in China Cultural Centre in Sydney

The opening ceremony of “Third China Australia Literary Forum” was held at the China Cultural Centre in Sydney on the night of 28th Aug 2015, participated by noted writers from both China and Australia, namely, Chinese popular novelist Yu Hua, Chair of the China Writers Association Tie Ning, Sichuan novelist A Lai, renowned writer Alexis […]

“Introduction to Chinese traditional festivals” well received by Sydney local community

The China Cultural Centre in Sydney recently held another session of their popular “Chinese Culture Immersion Series”, this time offering the Australian public a chance to learn about traditional Chinese festivals as well as make authentic Chinese cuisine. Culture enthusiasts gathered in the Centre and took part in the course on 8th August. Focusing on […]

“A Retrospective of Chinese Archibald Finalists” launched in China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Featuring an array of 22 paintings from 15 Chinese Archibald finalists, the exhibition titled “A Retrospective of Chinese Archibald Finalists” kicked off on the night of 24th July. With a total turnout of over 100 distinguished guests participating in the opening ceremony, the exhibition was every much admired and appreciated by artists and general public […]

China Cultural Centre in Sydney Held Art Salon prior to “A Retrospective of Chinese Archibald Finalists” exhibition

A special gathering of the participating artists in the upcoming “A Retrospective of Chinese Archibald Finalists” exhibition was organised by the China Cultural Centre in Sydney on 23rd July. Numerous of Sydney-based established Chinese artists, writers and photographers also showed great interest and joined the meeting. With the aim of providing an opportunity for Chinese-born […]

 “Jewish Refugees and Shanghai” Exhibition opened at Canberra Multicultural Centre

A touring exhibition titled “Jewish Refugees and Shanghai” was launched on 7th of July at Canberra Multicultural Centre by H.E. Mr. Ma Chaoxu, Chinese Ambassador to Australia. The exhibition was jointly organised by Australia-China Friendship Society ACT Branch, Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum, and China Cultural Centre in Sydney. H.E. Ambassador Ma highlighted in his opening […]

“Clouds Intersected” exhibition opened at China Cultural Centre in Sydney

“Clouds Intersected”, an exhibition that incorporated both Chinese and Australian artists, displaying the aesthetic and conceptual intersections and exchanges occurred through the sharing of their work and ideas, was opened at the China Cultural Centre in Sydney on 9th June. Curated by Mrs. Hong Li, this exhibition received generous support from five Sydney-based galleries, which […]

China Cultural Centre in Sydney Inspired Young Elites to Contribute Innovative Ideas in China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP)

Sydney Town Hall witnessed the inaugural China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) Summit, which last from 1st to 5th June 2015, with China Cultural Centre in Sydney sponsoring one of the 13 Think Tanks and assuming a significant role. A total number of 130 participants, consisting of young leaders aged from 18 – 35 from various […]

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