Chinese culture popular worldwide at the end of 2023
Year-end report: Mirror in 2023! Encountering "China" on a foreign land and sharing the beauty of culture
The profoundness and charm of Chinese culture have always attracted attention from all over the world. In recent years, the vitality, openness and creativity of Chinese culture have continued to rise due to China's commitment to openness, tolerance, integrity and innovation. In 2023, Chinese culture will shine with new splendor through its rich heritage and continuous development. Art transcends national boundaries, and cultural resonance has become a unifying force, bringing people closer to each other's hearts. By sharing the beauty of culture and promoting the harmonious integration of Chinese and foreign cultures, China is injecting momentum into global peace and development.
In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, performers showcased the elegance of craftsmanship and captivated audiences at the United Nations Chinese Language Day event. Participants were treated to a variety of performances, including martial arts and tea arts, and had the opportunity to experience Chinese calligraphy, cooking, language classes and traditional medicine culture.
At the same time, in Kuwait, the trial launch ceremony of the Kuwait Chinese Cultural Center was held in Hawaii Province. The center is the first of its kind in the Gulf region and aims to provide a platform for promoting Chinese culture and promoting cultural exchanges.
In Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, people had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the art of Chinese calligraphy in Central Park, demonstrating the growing interest in Chinese culture in this foreign region.
Across the ocean in Washington, USA, visitors to the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo attended a nine-day farewell ceremony for the three giant pandas "Mei Xiang", "Tian Tian" and "Little Miracle" during their trip to the United States. Activity. Activities include making panda-themed crafts, screening the movie "Kung Fu Panda," and learning to write Chinese characters while tasting Chinese food.
In New Delhi, India, Shenzhou 15 astronauts held a question-and-answer session with teenagers from Shanghai Cooperation Organization member states at the Tiangong Dialogue held at the Chinese Embassy, where the Indian teenagers proudly displayed their Chinese characters.
London, UK, celebrates the "Taste of Chongqing UK" event, where a restaurant showcases Chongqing noodles. The event is part of the UK's "Happy Chinese New Year" series, attracting not only British diners but also a group of social media experts who are passionate about experiencing Chinese food culture and sharing stories.
In Namur, Belgium, people gathered at the "Chinese Spring Festival Garden and Temple Fair" to taste dumplings and immerse themselves in the festive atmosphere.
In Xilinshanda, eastern Mongolia's Gobi Province, the "Tea and the World·Elegance Gathering" event welcomed attendees to taste tea and celebrate the cultural significance of this ancient beverage.
At the 31st International Dragon Boat Races held in Egliso, Switzerland, participants had the opportunity to taste Chinese dumplings while enjoying the exciting competition.
Debrecen, Hungary saw more than 500 local residents gather at the Kercej Cultural Center to participate in the "Fourth Hungarian Mid-Autumn Festival Production Workshop" event. This event allows participants to make Mid-Autumn Festival cakes and experience traditional Chinese culture.
Finally, the Chinese Cultural Center in Madrid, Spain held the "Tea and the World Party" event, where performers showcased their talents and attendees were immersed in the beauty of Chinese culture.
In Frankfurt, Germany, people were fascinated by the Chinese dance performance held in the "Spring Flower Garden". "
These different contacts with Chinese culture in foreign countries show an increasing appreciation and fascination for the profoundness and allure of Chinese tradition. As cultural boundaries blur, a shared appreciation of cultural beauty fosters mutual understanding, promotes harmony, and promotes global peace and development.
The profoundness and unique charm of Chinese culture have always attracted the attention of countries around the world. In recent years, Chinese culture has improved its vitality, openness and creativity through openness, inclusiveness, integrity and innovation. In 2023, the inheritance and development of Chinese culture will be glorious again. Art transcends national boundaries, and cultural resonance has become a bond that brings people closer to their hearts. Chinese culture contributes to global peace and development by sharing the beauty of culture and promoting the harmonious integration of Chinese and foreign cultures.
In Geneva, Switzerland, performers performed Peking Opera at an event held by the World Intellectual Property Organization to celebrate the 50th anniversary of cooperation between China and the World Intellectual Property Organization.
At the University of Nairobi in Kenya, a song and dance performance was filmed in the finals of the 22nd "China Bridge" Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students.
In Brussels, Belgium, tourists admire porcelain at the "Listen to the Language of Porcelain and Watch the World Song Yun Longquan Celadon Exhibition." This exhibition was designed and launched by contemporary artists and craftsmen in Longquan City and features a total of 55 pieces of heavenly art. The exhibition showcases a range of parsley styles, including imitations of ancient classic tableware, artistic parsley and modern parsley for everyday use. It not only reflects the inheritance and development of parsley skills by Chinese craftsmen, but also reflects the aesthetic taste and yearning in Chinese culture.
In Moscow, Russia, a traditional Chinese cultural experience event was held at the Chinese Embassy, where children had the opportunity to learn woodblock printing.
In Florence, Italy, tourists experienced Chinese shadow puppet culture at an international handicraft exhibition.
In Cairo, Egypt, people learned about paper-cutting at the promotion of world-class tourist attractions in the Guangzhou-Hong Kong-Dayao Bay Area and the "Charming Guangdong" visual exhibition.
In Liverpool, England, David Bangers, founder of the British Amathas Dragon Boat Club, trains with students. In 1988, David Bangers founded the Amathas Dragon Boat Club in the UK, inspired by his participation in a dragon boat race in Fujian Province, China. He expressed his admiration for the sport and pointed out that dragon boating is the best sport in the world.
In Paris, France, the "Gongjunfu Fashion Show" was held at the China Cultural Center, displaying high-end clothing from the Gongjunfu series created by designer Lawrence Xu.
On a German gaming site, visitors lined up at the Game Science booth to try out the game. For the first time, a Chinese company independently and massively participated in global gaming industry activities, becoming the highlight of this exhibition.
In Giza, Egypt, people attended the premiere of the movie "Earth 2".
The Tetrocolon Art High School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the China National Center for the Performing Arts organized a joint concert at the Tetrocolon Golden Palace. The concert features eight Chinese and Western orchestral instruments, including Mendelssohn's "String Quartet." Four in E minor "and" Zizhu music. "
In New York, USA, the band "Pain" performed at the "Eastern Friends" Music Festival. The festival showcases the unique and captivating music of four Chinese bands: "Pain", "Takeda Rui", "Global Youth Hostel" and "The Landlord's Cat". "
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