Category Archives: Press Room
International Taichi & Qigong Workshop highlights Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend in Sydney

Brought together jointly by China Cultural Centre in Sydney and Tai Chi Fitness Australia, a group of Tai Chi lovers had the opportunity to an unique experience of feeling good both inside and out at the International Taichi & Qigong Workshop on Saturday, 10 June 2017. It is universally known that the health benefits of […]

“Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism and Chinese Traditional Culture” lecture held in Sydney

Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism are three major ancient religious beliefs that has been deeply rooted in Chinese culture, customs and worldview for over two millienia. They are the most influential school of thoughts among Chinese history emerged during the Spring & Autumn Period and continued to thrive until modern eras. On Saturday, Jun 3rd 2017, presenter Prof. Xu Xiaoyue, as […]

Public forum “Face to Face with China” held to discuss retrospect and prospect for Sino-Australia cultural exchange

Cultural exchange has played a prominent role in enhancing mutual understanding and building stronger ties of friendship between Australia and China over the past 45 years since the diplomatic relationship established. To discuss on the theme of retrospect and prospect for Cultural Exchange, a public forum hosted by Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture Foundation of the Western Sydney […]

Exhibition to commemorate the 70th anniversary of “The Winter of Three Hairs” unveiled in China Cultural Centre (Sydney)

A cartoon character “born” in 1935, Sanmao, which literally means “three hairs”, is a homeless street urchin character created by the acclaimed caricaturist Zhang Leping, who has been hailed as “Father of Sanmao”. Regarded as one of the most famous cartoon in China, Sanmao has accompanied grow-up of generations and perhaps the oldest Chinese cartoon […]

“Chinese Contemporary Art Month Forum” promotes cross-cultural dialogue between China and Australia

  Accompanying the successful opening of “Chinese Contemporary Art Month”, a series of featured forums were organised by the China Cultural Centre and Sydney College of the Arts on 31 March and 1 April. As part of this year’s “Chinese Contemporary Art Month”, these forums concentrated on four main aspects respectively: “Policy and Practice on […]

2017 Chinese Contemporary Art Month Opened in Sydney

  Following its successful inauguration last year and serving as the highlight and signature event of China Cultural Centre’s 2017 calendar, Chinese Contemporary Art Month, brings two main exhibitions, four featured forums and a plethora of associated events this year. As a collaboration among China Cultural Centre (Sydney), Sdyney College of the Arts (SCA) and […]

“Riddle·Love – Paintings by Chen Jian and Tian Li” Opened in China Cultural Centre (Sydney)

  Comprising a thematic series of emotive, atmospheric landscape paintings executed during the artists’ visit to the East Coast of Australia last year, “Riddle·Love – Paintings by Chen Jian and Tian Li” was opened on 17th February at China Cultural Centre (Sydney). This Chinese watercolour painting exhibition, with more than 50 artworks, brings a contemporary […]

“The World is not Flat” Showcases Chinese Emerging Artists’ talent and potential

  Brought by China Cultural Centre (Sydney) and Adelaide Festival Centre, the video art exhibition titled “The World is not Flat” opened in Adelaide on 15th February to exhibit the progress of Chinese moving image art and its unique identity in comparison to other countries and regions. Curated by renowned Chen Lin and Liu Yiping, […]

“Chinese Chamber Music 2017” Brings East and West to Celebrate the Coming of Chinese New Year

  Set on a floating stage in the middle of the scenic pond within the Chinese Garden of Friendship, a collaboration of master musicians from China and Australia presented a sublime and stunning concert in the seclusion and harmony of the quintessential Chinese garden on 10th, followed by another performance on 11th February, coinciding with […]

Cultural Performances and Workshops Sparks Local Residents’ interest In Chinese New Year

  Organised by the China Cultural Centre (Sydney), a series of traditional art performances and cultural workshops were conducted from 3rd to 7th February in conjunction with the Chinese Year New. Held in both local schools and public area in Sydney CBD, the five-day event encompasses an eclectic variety of cultural activities, namely, Chuanbei Big […]

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