When: 19 -20 June 2019, 2 PM – 5 PM,
21 -27 June 2019, Mon – Fri, 10 AM -1 PM, 2 PM – 5 PM
Where: China Cultural Centre in Sydney
This exhibition sees carefully selected items including Anshun Batik, silk textiles, silverware and jewelry, wax printing, bamboo utensils to display and communicate to the Australian audience...
In China, calligraphy has been regarded as a kind of spiritual celebration. Because of illness, shaking hands and poor eyesight, Venerable Master Hsing Yun is not able to execute the characters in precise and separate strokes. He works on a calligraphy piece in one swift movement. What seemed like a limitation was turned into an opportunity as his method quickly became known as the one-stroke calligraphy style.
Venerable Master Hsing Yun is the founder of Fo Guang Shan (Buddha’s Light Mountai...
Western artists encountering Chinese culture today, do so under very different circumstances than their seventeenth and eighteenth century counterparts. Less a country shrouded in mystery, Westerners now have a greater understanding of China’s long and varied cultural traditions and systems of belief.
This exhibition focuses on the work of a number of Tasmanian artists who have engaged with aspects of Chinese culture, and who, through such an encounter, have created works productive of new ins...
The Asian World Heritage Image Exhibition is an important event of the Asian Culture and Tourism Exhibition under the framework of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, which is launched by the Publicity Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and organized by such government departments as the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. With an aim to implement the theme “Exchange and Mutual Learning between Asian Civilizations,” the image exhibition will...
This program is jointly presented by China Cultural Centre in Sydney and Australia-China Cadenza Music Centre, performed by Jasmine Ladies Band.
(By invitation only)
A night of Chinese and Aboriginal dance and music
Hosted by the University of Sydney and Chinese partner Minzu University
On Thursday 14 September, the University of Sydney and Chinese partner Minzu University will showcase a celebration of life and arts from diverse ethnic minorities across China as well as Aboriginal talent from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
They’ll be joined by Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe, who will perform the Welcome to Country as part of their Corroboree.
Conductor: Huan Jing
Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra
The Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra (GSYO), an affiliate of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, was co-founded in July 2011 by the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra and the Bureau of Education of Guangzhou Municipality. It is the first-ever youth orchestra in China organized and administered by a professional orchestra.
The GSYO’s current Music Director is Huan Jing. She was also titled to the broad member of the Jeunesses Musicales Intern...
In a unique display unlike any other orchestral performance, the internationally acclaimed Hubei Chime Bells Orchestra presents a special concert with the ancient Chinese Bells dating back 2400 years.
The Hubei Chime Bells Orchestra is an amalgamation of a large bronze chime bells ensemble and a Chinese folk orchestra. The orchestra is famous for having composed the masterpiece, Harmony of Eight Tones, which has been recognised as a significant contribution to the heritage of Chinese music.