• A new exhibition opened at the art gallery of Japan-China Friendship Center in Japan on July 18, as one of a series of cultural activities marking the 40th anniversary of the signing of China-Japan Treaty of Peace and Friendship as well as the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up.
  • Chinese soprano Zhao Yunhong (R, Rear) performs during a summer concert at the China Cultural Center in Tel Aviv, Israel, on July 16, 2018.
  • Themed "Opening and Integration", a new exhibition underway at the China Cultural Center in Berlin showcases 40 oil paintings created by artists in Shenzhen's Dafen village, Longgang district, to show the prosperous art development in the city.
  • The 2018 Anhui Cultural Year was held at the China Cultural Center in Singapore on June 1, offering a glimpse of China's Hui culture, which originated in East China's Anhui province.
  • A new exhibition titled "Similarities and Diversities in Symbiosis - China & CEEC Contemporary Art" opened at the China Cultural Center in Sofia, capital of Bulgaria, on Monday, offering a peek into modern art in China and the Central and Eastern European countries.
  • An exhibition of creative cultural products from North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region concluded in the South Pacific Island nation of Fiji, having showcased Inner Mongolia's unique culture and helped promote cultural exchanges between the two sides.
  • The just-concluded China Week: Inheritance and Innovation showed cultural products from Dunhuang - home to the famed Mogao Caves - in Northwest China's Gansu province, at the Wellington Central Library in New Zealand.
  • The puppet show "Three Times Beating Baigujing", an excerpt from the Chinese classic novel "Journey to the West", enthralled students in New Zealand during a recent tour showcasing Chinese cultural heritage.
  • The exhibition "China Week: Colorful Guizhou, Charming Culture" kicked off in Kathmandu on Friday.
  • A mega Chinese cultural exhibition titled Silk Road Memory - NICE Choice Exhibition of Chinese Creative Cultural Products kicked off in Sri Lankan capital Colombo on Tuesday, displaying China's popular culture such as Kung Fu.