Category Archives: Press Room
Interview with Director Zhao Li by 2SER radio station about the Silent Poetry: Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition

Sydney is currently playing host to a contemporary Chinese art exhibition, which continues all of this week. The exhibition, entitled Silent Poetry, provides a survey of contemporary art, as expressed by young Chinese artists. The exhibition explores ideas relating to social and economic change in China. The young artists chosen elegantly express their experiences of […]

‘Micro Calligraphy on Ceramics’ and ‘Foshan Paper-cut ’ Loved at China Cultural Day at Mosman High School

At the invitation of China Cultural Centre in Sydney, Wang Zhiwen, inheritor of national-level intangible cultural heritage item ‘micro calligraphy on ceramics’ and Rao Baolian, inheritor of ‘Foshan paper-cut’ attended China Cultural Day held by Mosman High School on September 17, and provided live demonstrations and teaching sessions to over 200 students, which were warmly […]

Heavenly Sound from China’s Grasslands Echoed in Marsden High School

As an important part of the upcoming ‘Inner Mongolia Culture Week in Australia’, the Inner-Mongolia A Cappella Youth Choir presented a well-applauded exchange performance at Marsden High School, in front of 500 students and staff. The performance, entitled The Beautiful Prairie, My Sweet Home, which saw 30 members singing Mongolian folk songs, included such repertoires […]

Flowers of China’s Grassland Culture Bloomed in Sydney

On December 12, China Cultural Centre in Sydney was immersed in the charm of grassland culture, when The Beautiful Prairie, My Sweet Home – Inner Mongolia Culture Week in Australia was launched here. Present at the opening ceremony were Mr. Liu Xinle, Vice Chairman of People’s Government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Mr. Li Huaxin, […]

Sydney’s Audience Drawn to Life Nourishing Methods in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Invited by the China Cultural Centre in Sydney, Vice President Wang Qinghai and chief physician Qin Min from Guangdong No. 2 Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, gave two lectures on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at the Centre on December 3, taking Sydney’s audience on a magical journey of TCM. Professor Wang’s talk, titled ‘nourishing […]

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Attended the Inauguration of China Cultural Centre in Sydney

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott attended the inauguration ceremony of three organizations including the China Cultural Centre in Sydney at the Parliament House in Canberra on Nov 17, while President Xi was visiting Australia and attending the G20 summit. Ma Chaoxu, Chinese Ambassador to Australia, unveiled the nameplate for the […]

‘Experience the Magic of Guangxi’ Marks the Opening of China Cultural Centre

On 7 May, China Cultural Centre in Sydney held ‘Experience the Magic of Guangxi – Guangxi Cultural Week’ – the first ever event to be held at the newly-furbished premises. Ms. Tang Ying, Deputy Consul General of Chinese Consulate General in Sydney, Mr. Nickolas Varvaris MP, Federal member for Barton, Mr. Charles Casuscelli, MP, Member […]

“New Cultural Identity” Exhibition Opens at China Cultural Centre in Sydney

On 11 June 2014, China Cultural Centre in Sydney hosted the opening ceremony of “New Cultural Identity – An Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Art”. Mr. Shu Xiao, Minister Counselor from the Chinese Embassy in Australia, Mr. Cheng Xindong, Director of Beijing Art Gallery Association and curator of the exhibition, Mr. Robert Kok, Councillor of the […]

China Cultural Centre in Sydney Celebrates the Fun of Hanika

On 26 May, at the invitation of China Culture Centre in Sydney, Mei Su presented a fun “Hanika” workshop to the local kids and parents. Mei is an inheritor of the folk art “Hanika”, the art of paper-doll making, invented by the ethnic Daurs living in Inner Mongolia. Introducing the “Hanika” workshop, as well as […]

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