Category Archives: Press Room
Chinese Lantern and Redwood Art Exhibition “Orient·Brilliance” opened in Sydney  

On the evening of October 12th, a big crowd of Chinese Culture lovers flocked to China Cultural Centre in Sydney to catch a glimpse of the grand opening of Chinese Lantern and Redwood Art Exhibition. Themed “Orient·Brilliance”, the exhibition focuses on the contemporary representation of the traditional culture of Oriental palace and aims to elaborate the effect, influence […]

Sichuan Cultural Troupe visits Sydney high school campus

To help ease the transition from holiday to classroom as well as further increase enthusiasm and motivation to learn more about Chinese culture, Sichuan Cultural Troupe toured from Adelaide to Sydney and paid a campus visit to two local schools and presented their unique culture on stage to over 500 local students, during their first […]

Sichuan Cultural treasure shines in Australia’s leading art festival

Following the successful inauguration of the “Shifting Permanence – Sichuan Contemporary Arts Exhibition” early in September, in this month once again CCC in Sydney brings rich Chinese elements to the final days of this year’s OzAsia Festival, and this time in a traditional way. The two-day program offers festival go-ers an up close live performance to […]

“Ode to the Moon” – Free concert to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival a.k.a Moon Festival is a special occasion for families and friends coming together and celebrate another year of joyous reunion. Nowadays, it is the most important festival second only to Chinese New Year Festival and is celebrated by Chinese both domestically and internationally. This year, China Cultural Centers across the world will […]

China’s acclaimed dancers and rappers reinterpret Chinese youth culture on stage in Sydney

Organised by China Cultural Centre (Sydney) and Sichuan Provincial Department of Culture, two of China’s renowned performance troupe, namely Sichuan Modern Dance Company and Tianfu Music, held their first collaborative stage – “WE”, in Sydney, Australia on the evening of 26th September 2017. The stage features a fine blend of Chinese contemporary dance and hip hop music, and is an […]

Ancient Shu Civilisation Lecture reveals mysteries of the lost Kingdom

Secrets of the faded away of ancient Shu kingdom have long been one of the major subject of studies among Chinese archaeologists. It has been proved to exist, since the two Sanxingdui Sacrificial Pits have been excavated by Sichuan Provincial Institute of Archaeology and Cultural Heritages. On September 9, invited by China Cultural Centre (Sydney), President of […]

Sichuan Contemporary Art Exhibition adds creative charm to Sydney

  China Cultural Centre in Sydney was a hive of activity on the afternoon of 9 September 2017 as the exhibition titled “Creative Island – Sichuan Visual and Creative Art” exhibition threw open its doors. Through juxtapositions of a lineup of Chinese contemporary artist’ prints and cultural and creative products, this exhibition is a fresh approach to […]

“Shifting Permanence” brings outstanding Chinese Contemporary Art into focus  

  China Cultural Centre in Sydney is again partnered up with Adelaide Festival Centre, and this time with the support from Chengdu Blue Roof Museum, one of the most outstanding centres for contemporary art in China, launched “Shifting Permanence – Sichuan Contemporary Art Exhibition” at this year’s OzAsia Festival, which concurrently raised the curtain for CCC […]

CCC Sydney reveals final episode of “China Intangible Culture Heritage Weeks 2017”

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is one of the great treasures of Chinese nation and it is growing in popularity worldwide in recent decades. Aimed to provide a channel for local TCM lovers to learn more about the the wisdom and charm of traditional Chinese medicine and experience the four diagnostics, namely, inspection, olfaction, inquiring and palpation, […]

Australian high school students soak up Chinese Traditional Culture

On the morning of July 28th, China Cultural Centre in Sydney brought together over 60 students from Ravenswood School for Girls and Concord High School, to enjoy a rare opportunity to get a taste of some of the world’s oldest Intangible Cultural Heritage items firsthand. Upon arrival, students were led by staff members of the Centre for a twenty-minute […]

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