• A new exhibition opened Friday at the China Cultural Center in Mauritius to promote artistic exchanges between Chinese and Mauritian artists and enhance cultural cooperation between the two nations.
  • The activities of the Chinese Cultural Week started in Jordan's Zarqa governorate on Sunday.
  • An exhibition showcasing traditional Chinese culture and ways of living is being held at the China Cultural Center in Brussels.
  • A free public orchestral concert was performed by a group of young musicians in Palmerston North, Manawatu-Wanganui in New Zealand on Oct 23 to conclude a long weekend of the Youth Orchestra Festival and to promote cultural exchanges among young people.
  • People in Tokyo were offered a chance to experience authentic Chinese culture as the China Day festival was held in the Japanese capital from Oct 21 to 22.
  • The fifth "China Day in Seoul" was held at City Hall Square in Seoul, South Korea on Oct 22. After delivering speeches, Chinese Ambassador to South Korea Qiu Guohong and Mayor of Seoul Park Won-soon added the finishing touches to respective dancing lions, marking the beginning of the activity.
  • Ten Peking Opera performers from the Tianjin Youth Peking Opera Troupe visited Mauritius and performed at the local China Cultural Center on Oct 7.
  • A new exhibition is underway at the China Cultural Center in Paris, offering a glimpse of ethnic costumes and crafting techniques in Southwest China's Guizhou province.
  • Almost three decades since the first China Cultural Center was opened in Mauritius in 1988, China has established 31 centers around the world, covering countries across five continents –12 in Europe, 10 in Asia, five in Africa, three in Australia and Oceania, and one in Latin-America. More than 4,000 cultural activities have been held in these places, reaching over 3 million people across the globe.
  • While the leaders of BRICS countries pledged increased cooperation at the annual summit in China's Xiamen, Fujian province, their Belgian embassies echoed the commitment by launching a film festival on Monday in Brussels.
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