• 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.
  • A photo exhibition celebrating the 45th anniversary of China-Malta diplomatic ties is being held on the island of Gozo, Malta.
  • A Tibetan culture exchange delegation dispatched by the State Council Information Office visited Sydney, Australia, from Aug 27 to 29.
  • A concert marking the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and South Korea was held at the Seoul Arts Center on Saturday.
  • An exhibition displaying works related to Buddhism opened to the public at the China Cultural Center in Bangkok on Aug 19, as part of the events to celebrate the 2017 Hebei Cultural Year in the Thai capital.
  • Egyptian artists are learning China's ceramic techniques at a workshop in Cairo.
  • Nearly 100 cultural products from Tibet are on display at the China Cultural Center in Nigeria, as part of the events to celebrate the Tibet Cultural Month, "China's Tibet Tashi Delek", in the West African country.
  • Sixty-five students from 23 countries are visiting Beijing to experience Chinese culture on a tour of the country organized by the Bureau for External Cultural Relations of the Chinese Culture Ministry.
  • In collaboration with young Canadian musicians, China's Zhejiang Youth Symphony Orchestra played at an East-West fusion performance at Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada, on Aug 1.
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