China Cultural Centre in Sydney (CCC) is an
official non-profit cultural organization registered in Sydney.
China Cultural Centre in Sydney (CCC) is an official non-profit cultural organization registered in Sydney by the Chinese government. On 17 November 2014, it was unveiled jointly by Chinese President Xi Jinping and the then-Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Since its founding, CCC has been committed to pursuing “Quality, Popularization, Friendship and Cooperation” in its work of hosting cultural events and offering training courses and relevant information to the Australian public. It has held exhibitions, performances, and people-to-people exchanges that have brought to Australia the fine Chinese traditional and contemporary culture, and won high acclaim from the Australian public and its cultural community.
The Centre has an art gallery, a multifunctional hall, a library, and a training room, totaling 850 square meters. The 2.7m high and 61m long gallery covers 140 square meters, suitable for small and medium-sized exhibitions and events alike.
The Centre’s annual event list highlights featured exhibitions, performances, the Cultural Week, the Art Month, forums and lectures, and film screening, which have attracted many Australians with intriguing diversity.
Most of the library’s collection are books in Mandarin, the rest in both Mandarin and English. Topics range from Chinese philosophy, history, modern and contemporary literature, arts and culture to travel and transportation, etc.
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