SINGAPORE,March 7()–A total of 28 environmentally sustainable light art installations are lightened up in the iconic waterfront public space around Singapore’s Marina Bay on Friday,commencing more than three-week-long festival aiming at promoting ideas of sustainability and environment protection n. The festival also promotes environmentally-responsible behavior for a sustainable future by encouraging artists to use recyclable materials and adopt energy-efficient lighting technology in the creation of their light art installations s.
27()–Chinese national and corporate pavilions will highlight China’s crucial presence at the Milan Expo scheduled to take place in the Italian business capital from May 1 to Oct. Gatti said China has time-honored food history and is one of the few reference food cultures at the global level l.
The audience were entertained by traditional Chinese dance performance,Malay traditional dances and Wushu display by local Chinese students.
The New York City-based band, The Amigos, will perform in Cambodia from March 12 to 15 with an aim to promote cultural exchanges between the United States and Cambodia, said a press statement from the U.S. Embassy here Friday.
TORONTO, March 5 — From Emperor Chenghua’s extensive art collection to Empress Dowager Cixi’s nail guards, the mysterious lives within Beijing’s iconic 600-year-old imperial home are brought to life in Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) for the very first time. The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors exhibit, […]
The 14th Vancouver International Dance Festival opened on Friday with a collaborative performance from Chinese and Canadian dance groups.
While enjoying the music played by marching bands,they shouted slogans and tried to attract the attention of the people on the marching floats loaded with sweets,flowers and toys s. The Cologne Carnival is almost as old as the history of the city and the organized carnival celebrated today dates back more than 180 years,according to a press release of Cologne Tourism m.
A total of 16 watercolors of French Post-Impressionist Paul Cezanne will be displayed in a museum in Oxford on Thursday, which will be the first time that such a great number of watercolors of the artist being exhibited in Britain.
New Zealand’s government is all talk and no action when it comes to the teaching of Chinese in schools and universities and the inaction is costing the country in lost business opportunities, a leading academic in Chinese studies said Tuesday.
It’s not the first time the country’s media regulator has prescribed a favored language for use on TV and radio. But the notice, like a stone thrown into still waters, has produced many ripples and sparked heated discussion about China’s rapidly disappearing dialects.