China Cultural Cinter in ASEAN Countries
Laos China Cultural Center
The Chinese Culture Center inaugurated in Lao capital Vientiane on Nov 3, 2014. With the joint efforts made by both countries, the Chinese Culture Center in Laos will contribute positively to promoting development of China-Laos relations and enhancing mutual understanding and friendship between the two peoples.
Located in the Sisattanak district of Vientiane, the center consists of a multifunction hall and library, covering an area of 660 square meters.
As a platform of cultural exchange, the center hosts a series of activities all year round, including cultural performances, exhibitions, lectures and seminars in the spirit of "Quality, Popularity, Friendship and Cooperation", and focusing on "cultural exchange activities, teaching-training, ideological dialogue, information services", among others. The center also provides information service, books and periodicals, Chinese language and culture trainings.
Address: China Cultural Center in Laos, ASEM Villa, No.52, Hat Don Chan Road, BeungKhayong Village, Sisattanak District, Vientiane Capital, Laos
Tel: (856)(21) 931510
Fax: (856)(21) 931510
Bankok China Cultural Center
The China Cultural Center in Bankok, capital of Thailand, is the first of its kind established by China in Southeast Asia. The center is located on Wenhua Road, Hui Huang District, Bangkok, with the Thai National Culture Center on its right side. The center serves as a base to promote Chinese culture, a platform for cooperation and cultural exchanges, and a bridge of friendship between the two countries.
The center covers a total area of 8,222 square meters and a building area of 7,900 square meters. It is the largest cultural center built overseas by China. The overall construction of the center features a blend of Thai and Chinese classical architectural language, using both Chinese column beams and Thai temple styles.
The China Cultural Center in Bankok is equipped with an exhibition hall, theatre, classroom, library and restaurant. All kinds of services will be provided for the local people to learn more about Chinese culture.
The exhibition hall is 3.8 meters high, covering an area of 288 square meters with a display area running 110 meters long; where exhibitions of calligraphy and painting, photography and objects of small and medium size are held.
The stage of the theatre is ten meters in depth, 20 meters in width and 4.8 meters in height, equipped with specialized stage lighting, sound and projection equipment. The theatre boasts 317 seats. Performances, movie showings and conferences are held at the theatre.
In the teaching and training area, a total of seven classrooms are available for members to take courses on Chinese language, calligraphy, painting, dance and music, martial arts and tea arts, as well as traditional Chinese medicine. Among classrooms, the dance studio covers 140 square meters; the other six rooms each cover 56 square meters.
The library covers an area of 470 square meters, with a capacity of 40,000 books. It is an open library where prints, multimedia readings and information services are provided.
Banquets and demonstrations of Chinese cuisine classes are held in the restaurant, which covers 95 square meters. The restaurant also has 14 VIP rooms.
The center also boasts an underground parking lot that can hold 40 automobiles. In addition, an open-air square of over 1,000 square meters is available for visitors and members to take part in outdoor activities and cultural exhibitions.
Tel: 0066-2-2450088 transfer to 2306/2307/2310
Singapore China Cultural Center
The construction of Singapore China Cultural Center started on December, 10, 2012. Located at No. 217 Queen Street in the city center, the hub is near Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, National Library of Singapore and National Art Museum. The total area of the center is about 1,352 square meters.
The complex consists of a variety of units, including exhibition halls, theatres, libraries and classrooms. The center is a platform for diverse cultural activities.It offers courses in Chinese, dance and martial arts all year round. Teachers with experience are invited from China to help the Mauritian people by teaching language and culture, dance and martial arts.
The aim of the center is to introduce Chinese culture and arts to Singapore and to enhance the understanding and friendship between the two peoples. It offers a variety of cultural activities, including lectures and training programs, performances, exhibitions and consulting sessions.
Tel: 006563511851 Fax: 006568370281 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: China Cultural Centre, 217 Queen Street, Singapore, 188548
Address：Asean-China Centre, No. 43, Liangmaqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Tel: 86-10-65321660 ext 636