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Chinese intangible cultural heritage unveiled in Sydney

2014-09-24 15:56:00



Two students peer at the miniature calligraphy on colored porcelain. [Photo provided to]

This program seeks to introduce Chinese intangible heritage to foreign schools and encourage foreign students to learn more about these treasures and Chinese culture. This event is one of the cooperative programs held by the China Cultural Center in Sydney and the Department of Culture Guangdong province. The center will hold a Guangdong Cultural Week to display more heritage from Sept 20 to 27.

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