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07Nov/19

Guqin Study Class 18/11-29/11

“Guqin Study Class” According to this year’s teaching plan, our center will hold a “Guqin Study Class” again from November 18th to 29th 2019, and invite the Guqin player Deng Hong to come to Stockholm. The classes will be taught in three levels: the zero basic class, the primary class and the higher class. Please clearly tell us which class you wish to attend and which dates if you can´t attend´every class of the level chosen. Due to the limited number of places, the center will accept students according to the registration time. All the classes is free of charge. Warmly welcome everyone to register through the email of our center: mail@cccstockholm.org The specific teaching time is as follows: (1)basic level class :16 students lesson dates and time: 18/11、25/11 (Mo):14:00—16:00 19/11、26/11 (Tue):14:00—16:00 20/11、27/11 (Wed):17:30—19:30 (2)continue level class : 16 students lesson dates and time: 18/11、25/11 (Mo):17:30—19:30 19/11、26/11 (Tue):17:30—19:30 21/11、28/11 (Thur):14:00—16:00Read More…

08okt/19

Beyond the Fragrance of Books Art Exhibition 25/10 – 24/11

“书斋•中国”当代艺术展” Beyond the Fragrance of Books Study Rooms in Ancient and Modern China Art Exhibition 25/10 – 24/11 Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10 – 17 Three Exhibition Spaces Space One – Pure Form Exhibit Chinese study room in a traditional way as one desk, one chair in one room. The four Chinese traditional precious articles, Writing Brush, Ink Stick, Ink Stone and Rice Paper, along with refined playthings, are exhibited by artworks of artists Fan Zhuo, Jia Wei, Xirong Liu and Zhenyu Gao (pottery), also from works of Pure Form (furniture). Space Two – Modern Grace China Inspiration from the silk roll “Listen to the Chinese Zither” by The Emperor Huizong Song of North Song Dynasty, ancient China. In the painting, only pine trees, bamboos and stones are used to describe courtyards. As if harmonious melody is floating through the trees and bamboos. Everything combined and described a sceneRead More…

30aug/19

“Contemporary Chinese and Swedish Book Design Exhibition”

A book is a book is a book Book Design Exhibition 18 September – 18 October 2019     From September 18 to October 18, China Cultural Center in Stockholm will present “Contemporary Chinese and Swedish Book Design exhibition”. 101 book designers from China and Sweden will display their 220 works that either are the winners of the annual competitions of “The Beauty of Books in China” or “Swedish Book Art”. Workshops and seminars will be held to further spread the Beauty of the books. Collaborators with China Cultural Center in Stockholm are the Book Design Committee of the Publishers Association of China, Ulmaja & Co and Svensk Bokkonst (Swedish Book Art), with support from Konstnärsnämnden (Swedish Art Board) and Arctic Paper. Welcome to an unique and inspiring exhibition! Exhibition schedule 4/10 Seminar What is book design Some seats still left! For more information and ticket booking: mail@cccstockholm.org 9 designersRead More…

08aug/19

Mid-Autumn Festival Concert

Mid-Autumn Festival Concert China Cultural Center in Stockholm will host a Mid-Autumn Festival Concert on Saturday September 14 at 18:30. The invited artists are Wu Jiangyan, a performance artist of Peking Opera, Kunqu opera artist Xiao Xiangping, flute master Chen Yuxiao and  drum player He Zichen. We are also happy to present two young female musicians from Hong Kong; Huang Zhaomin on pipa performing with Fu Beiyi on marimba. Fresh moon cakes and snacks will be served. Please Note: The mid-Autumn Festival Concert is full booked and reservation is unfortunately no longer possible. Thank You for Your support and understanding. We wish you a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!   Artist Presentation Wu Jiangyan Wu Jiangyan is a national first-class actor, the highest disciple of Wei Lianfang – who was disciple of the famous Mei Lanfang – and a well-known performing artist from the Shanghai Peking Opera Theatre. She was admitted toRead More…

17jul/19

“@China” global short video contest

@China through a lens “@China” global short video contest now accepting submissions The “@China” global short video contest, sponsored by the People’s Daily, is underway. The contest is accepting work from short video creators, enthusiasts, and bloggers worldwide from June 18 to August 15. Candidates can enter by logging on to the contest’s official website (hellochina.pdnews.cn) and submit a 3-minute or less video. The contest will run from June to September and is divided into multiple stages including submission gathering, judge evaluation, public viewing, and outstanding work recognition. Prizes for first, second, third place and awards for Most Creative, Best Photography Best Editing, Best Animation Design, Best Visual Effect, Most Popular, and Outstanding Organization, with a top cash bonus upwards of 100,000 yuan. New form, multiple perspectives, encouraging netizens to create In recent years, the short video has become the fastest growing global internet phenomenon. More people are using shortRead More…

10jun/19

Opening ceremony of “China Tourism Culture Week – Beautiful Anhui”

“China Tourism Culture Week – Beautiful Anhui” On June 3, 2019, the “China Tourism Culture Week – Beautiful Anhui” event kicked off at the Chinese Cultural Center in Stockholm. Mr. Gui Congyou and his wife, the vice governor of Anhui Province, Yang Guangrong, both the Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of the Swedish Embassy and the Director of the Chinese Cultural Center of Stockholm, Chen Xiao, the Director of the Anhui Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, Yuan Hua, and the the Director General for International Affairs of Swedish Ministry of Culture, Thomas Lindman and people from all walks of life in Sweden, including embassies, politics, economics, literature, and education. More than 150 representatives from various countries and representatives of overseas Chinese attended the opening ceremony. Ambassador Gui expressed his warm congratulations on the successful hosting of the “China Tourism Culture Week – Beautiful Anhui” event! He said: Cultural exchangesRead More…