The 2016 China-Mongolia Culture Year held its opening ceremony in Arkhangai province, Mongolia, on August 4.
Outstanding students from overseas China Cultural Centers today will embark on the 2016 Cultural Tour of China in Beijing.
The third Sino-Thai Culture and Tourism Friendship Caravan will be organized from August to September to boost cultural exchange and tourism, officials said in a press conference in Bangkok on July 25.
A Dragon Boat Festival "experience" activity was held for young South Korean students in Seoul's China Cultural Center on June 9.
An exhibition of Chinese embroidery was unveiled at the Chinese Cultural Center in Paris, capital of France, 2016.
As a part of Sino-Egypt Culture Year, a lecture on "Discover China: Xinjiang and Silk Road in the Han Dynasty" was held at the Archaeology School in the prestigious Cairo University on May 23, attracting nearly 50 scholars.
A Chinese folk music concert was held in Sydney’s China Cultural Center on May 27. Five artists from the popular Hubei Chime Music Philharmonic performed a series of classic songs to local audiences.
The Night of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Henan was held at the Malta China Cultural Center on May 9
A five-day Daye Embroidery experiential training course successfully concluded at China Cultural Center in Seoul, South Korea, on April 29, 2016.
The official launch ceremony of Europe-China "One Belt One Road" Culture & Tourism Development Committee was held at the China Cultural Center in Brussels on April 27, 2016.
As Chinese culture becomes popular abroad, many countries are issuing special postal stamps to celebrate the Year of the Monkey this year.
In association with the Chinese embassy in Fiji and the China Cultural Center in Fiji, Post Fiji Limited launched its monkey-themed stamps and first day cover on May 4, marking the Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Chinese New Year.