• Chinese Film Week kicked off in Sydney on Wednesday night, bringing Aussies the best of recent Chinese cinema spanning action, drama, romance and more.
  • Members of China Enter Lineas, a reading club of the Chinese Cultural Center of Madrid, discussed the Chinese literary classic, The Peony Pavilion, with Spanish sinologist and translator Alicia Relinque, on Thursday.
  • Egypt's Nile River hosted on Saturday an international dragon boat festival to celebrate the Chinese New Year, with over 200 paddlers of 24 teams from several states including China, Egypt, the United States, Australia, the Philippines and Singapore.
  • Artists Mai Nakanishi and Lorelei Chang dance at the China Cultural Center in Tokyo on Feb 19, 2019. Exhibition Ink and Dance, running at the center through March 1, features their calligraphy works as well as photography and paintings co-created with international artists.
  • An art troupe from North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, invited by the China Cultural Center in Bangkok, has brought songs, dancing and other performances to audiences in Thai capital Bangkok.
  • Chinese dancers perform at the Sixth China-Thailand Cultural and Art Festival at the China Cultural Center in Bangkok on Feb 14, 2019. The festival featured both Chinese and Thai folk performances, as well as displays of traditional costumes and heritages from both countries.
  • A Sri Lankan girl poses for a photo with a handcrafted work at the "Happy Chinese New Year - Chinese Cultural Fair" in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Feb 15, 2019. The cultural event is being held at the city's Arcade Independence through Feb 19, featuring cultural performances in song, dance and acrobatics,
  • China's Xinhua Winshare Publishing and Media Co and Egypt's Dar Al-Shorouk Publishing House Group signed a protocol and a cooperation contract in the field of publishing and translation at the headquarters of the Chinese Cultural Center in Cairo on Tuesday.
  • A Chinese New Year flash mob entertains people at the Te Papa Museum in Wellington, New Zealand on Feb 9, 2019. As part of the cultural activities to celebrate Chinese New Year, the event was organized by the China Cultural Center in New Zealand. Acrobats from a troupe in East China's Shandong provi
  • A Mauritian student makes Chinese paper-cuts at Hampton Primary School in Mauritius on Feb 6, 2019. The event was organized by the China Cultural Center in Mauritius to celebrate Chinese New Year, attended by more than 60 pupils.