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Advanced management training for performing arts professionals held in Beijing

Advanced management training for performing arts professionals was held May 8 to 16 in Beijing by the China International Culture Association and China Oriental Performing Arts Group.

Traditional Chinese instruments shine at the Iguazú en Concierto in Argentina

A traditional Chinese instrumental orchestra made up of 16 students from the College of Chinese Opera of the Shanghai Theatre Academy, took part in the festival in Argentina from May 20 to June 1.

10-day visual arts exhibition gets under way in Beijing

A 10-day visual arts exhibition, Migration, Stratosphere and Super Tech Creativity, opened at the SZ Art Center in Beijing's 798 Art District on August 13.

China International Youth Arts Festival opens in Beijing

The ninth China International Youth Arts Festival (CIYAF) opened at the Beijing Tianqiao Performing Arts Center on August 12.

Dark 'Beauty' thrills Chinese audiences

Sir Matthew Bourne was overwhelmed by the enthusiasm of audiences in Shanghai as he visited China for the first time in late June.

Month-long China-Thailand cultural caravan to boost cultural exchange, tourism

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.

International arts festival to open for ninth year

The 9th China International Youth Arts Festival will be held from August 12-27, announced at a Ministry of Culture press conference on July 20.

Princess Sirindhorn's new book launched in Bangkok

With support from the China International Culture Association, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's Thai translation of Chinese writer Chuan Ni's novel Which Kind of Love Doesn't Hurt was released at the China Cultural Center in Bangkok on March 23, 2016.

'Happy Chinese New Year, Charming Beijing' opens in Beverly Hills

With the approaching of the year of the sheep in the Chinese lunar calendar, the "Happy Chinese New Year, Charming Beijing" event will kick off at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on the afternoon of February1, 2015.

Chinese Cultural Festival in Australia 2014 launched in Sydney

The festival will run for two weeks, with both traditional and modern culture involved, and both Chinese and western culture presented.



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