Image taken on Aug 13, 2016 shows Chinese pianist Lang Lang performing a concert at Colon Theatre, in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina.
Throughout his life, Chilean painter Jose Venturelli (1924-88) appealed for freedom and expressed a deep concern for the grass-root people in his artworks.
As part of the China-Latin America and Caribbean 2016 Year of Culture Exchange, a show on Fidel Castro reveals the Cuban revolutionary's legendary life through photos and videos in Beijing.
One of the 2016 China-Latin America Cultural Exchange Year events - the Caribbean Film Festival opened at Instituto Cervantes in Beijing on May 6, 2016.
People in Beijing got a chance to watch Caribbean movies for free at Instituto Cervantes on May 6 all the way up to May 8 during China's first Caribbean Film Festival.
For some Chinese, Latin America and the Caribbean are regions that they may seldom get a chance to visit. So, the ongoing Latin American and Caribbean Art Festival in Beijing offers them a good opportunity to learn about the regions.
2016 Latin America and Caribbean Art Exhibition was unveiled at the China Millennium Monument in Beijing, as part of the China-Latin America and Caribbean 2016 Year of Culture Exchange.
Under the framework of CELAC-China Forum, the China-Latin America and Caribbean 2016 Year of Cultural Exchange will host a wide variety of cultural activities to promote Chinese and Latin America culture, advance mutual friendship and understanding, and push forward bilateral cooperation to new heights.
Members of Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba, a Cuban dance troupe, pose for photos on the Badaling section of the Great Wall northwest of Beijing on Monday.
The opening ceremony of the 2016 China-Latin America Cultural Exchange Year was unveiled to the public at the Beijing Tianqiao Art Center on March 24 and 25.
A group of Columbian dancers came all the way to China for a cultural and people-to-people exchange with residents of Beijing's Sanlitun street community on Friday.
The opening ceremony of the China Cultural Week was held in Mexico City on March 15.Chinese Ambassador to Mexico Qiu Xiaoqi and many officials from Mexican ministries and members of the House were present.
The China-Latin America and Caribbean 2016 Year of Cultural Exchange will offer local audiences a closer look at the more colorful aspects of their cultures and help forge a deeper understanding between the regions.
The opening ceremony of the 2016 China-Latin America Cultural Exchange Year will be held at the Beijing Tianqiao Art Center on March 24-25. Artists from China, Uruguay, Argentina, Peru, Brazil and Cuba will present Latin American and Caribbean culture at the event.
Large-than-life installations of Terracotta Warriors and their horses will light up a public park and a square in Colombia's capital Bogota every night from March 11-27.
An event to celebrate Chinese New Year was held in Montevideo, the Eastern Republic of Uruguay on Feb 7. Chinese Ambassador to Uruguay Dong Xiaojun, representatives from Montevideo government, and some 2,000 local citizens and Chinese students were present.
Home to Latin America's largest Chinese community, Peru hosts especially colorful New Year celebrations marking the start of the Lunar Year, the Year of the Monkey.
Latin American countries have enthusiastically embraced the Chinese New Year with dance and music performances, some of them by acclaimed Chinese troupes.
Artists perform the traditional Lion Dance to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, in the city of San Jose, capital of Costa Rica, on Feb. 8, 2016.
Chinese disabled artists perform during an event to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year, in Panama City, capital of Panama.
Members of the artistic group of Henan perform during a presentation as part of celebrations for the upcoming Spring Festival at the Theater of the House of Culture in Quito, capital of Ecuador, on Feb 2, 2016.
China prepares to move its feet to Latin music as a wide-ranging cultural program unfolds this year.
A series of activities were held in in Buenos Aires to welcome upcoming Chinese New Year.
Venezuela, Cuba, Colombia and some other Latin American countries are set to launch diverse cultural activities for the celebration of upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year to allow their people to better learn about China's rich culture.
The Chinese embassy in Venezuela on Jan 24 opened a photo exhibition on Beijing, which kicked off the Chinese New Year celebrations in the Latin American country.
Cultural exchanges will help China and Colombia grow closer together, said Chinese Ambassador to Colombia Li Nianping on Jan 22.
The year of 2015 has been an important one for the development of China-Latin America relations, when cultural exchanges became the highlight of bilateral ties.
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