• The China Cultural Center in Fiji was jointly inaugurated by senior Chinese and Fijian officials on Tuesday, taking cultural exchanges between the two friendly nations to a higher level.
  • The China Cultural Center in Wellington, New Zealand, was inaugurated by Chinese Vice-Minister of Culture Ding Wei and Chief Executive of New Zealand's Ministry for Culture and Heritage Paul James on Dec 11.

  • The China Cultural Center in Nepal was established based on the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two countries. It is still in the stage of preparatory work and will be inaugurated soon.
  • The China Cultural Center in Bankok, capital of Thailand, is the first of its kind established by China in Southeast Asia.
  • The China Cultural Center in Malta was established based on the agreement reached by the presidents of both countries in July, 2001. It was inaugurated on September 19, 2003.
  • The China Cultural Center in Cairo is the first large-scale culture center set up at overseas by the Chinese Government in the 21 century.
  • According to the Agreement on Mutual Establishment of Cultural Centers between China and Spain, the China Cultural Center in Madrid was established in 2005.
  • The China Cultural Center in Mexico was officially opened on Oct 25, 2012, the first in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Established on September 27, 1988, the Chinese Cultural Center in Benin is located at the Avenue Jean-Paul II in Cotonou City, with a floor space of 4,062 square meters.
  • On June 11, 2014, the Chinese Culture Center in Denmark was launched with a series of cultural exchange activities.
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