• 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.
  • New Zealand children participated in a family day activity, Coloring Chinese Dragons and Terracotta Warriors, during the museum's exhibition.
  • Chinese ballet dancers perform at the exhibition "Ballet in China - 60 Years' Inheritance and Development of the National Ballet of China", at the China Cultural Center in Singapore on Jan 16, 2019.
  • Artists perform at the China-South Korea Friendship Concert at the Sejong Grand Theater in Seoul on Jan 12, 2019. The concert featured both Chinese and South Korean artists as a prelude to a series of cultural activities celebrating the Chinese New Year as well as people-to-people exchanges between
  • Artists from Taiwan introduce the Chinese zodiac to students at a primary school in Kalkara, Malta, Jan 10, 2019. China assigns an animal and its reputed attributes to each year in a repeating 12-year cycle, with 2019 the Year of the Pig. A new zodiac animal exhibition is underway at the China Cultu
  • Chinese artists perform during a musical concert to mark the New Year in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec 30, 2018. A special concert by China's Guizhou Provincial Qian Opera Theater was held here on Sunday to celebrate the upcoming New Year 2019 and to enhance Sino-Nepali cultural exchanges.
  • Exhibition "Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage - The Art of Copper Sculpture" showcases 16 sets of artworks created by Chinese craft master Zhu Bingren at the China Cultural Center in Berlin, offering a look into the history and development of Chinese copper art.
  • The exhibition, International Tour of Traditional Chinese Paintings, was held at the China Cultural Center in Sydney from Dec 11 to 13, offering local people a chance to learn about the age-old traditional Chinese art.
  • A new exhibition opened at New Zealand's Te Papa museum in Wellington on Saturday, offering a rare opportunity to have an intimate and immersive encounter with some of the ancient Terracotta Warriors from the Qin Dynasty (221 - 206 BC).
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