Who We Are
The China Cultural Center in Copenhagen, established as the first of its kind in the Nordic Region, is dedicated to promoting Chinese culture and fostering mutual understanding between China and Denmark. Our center, located on H.C. Andersens Boulevard in the heart of the city, aims to achieve this goal through various cultural events and activities, with a focus on quality, friendship, partnership, and accessibility. The China Cultural Center is situated in the heart of Copenhagen, near landmarks such as the Copenhagen City Hall, Tivoli Gardens, and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. The building was formerly the site of the Royal Danish Academy of Music.
With a total interior space of 2,434 square meters, the center boasts a multi-functional hall, exhibition hall, library, room for Chinese tea culture, classrooms for teaching, and various other spaces to cater to cultural exchange. It was inaugurated on June 11, 2014, by Comrade Liu Yunshan, a former member of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, and Marianne Jelved, the former Minister of Culture of Denmark.
What We Do
The China Cultural Center regularly hosts a range of cultural events including exhibitions, concerts, seminars, panel discussions, film screenings, and more. In addition, we offer short-term courses in various subjects including language classes, martial arts, tai chi workshops, traditional Chinese painting, Chinese instrument classes, and more. Our library provides easy access to the general public and creates a conducive environment for learning about Chinese culture.
The exhibition hall is utilized for teaching calligraphy and painting and hosting exhibitions of photography and paintings. The multi-functional hall is capable of accommodating a variety of events, including performances, seminars, press conferences, and film screenings. The teaching area offers classes in calligraphy, painting, music, dance, and Chinese martial arts, as well as a dedicated tea culture area for learning about Chinese tea culture.
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To enlighten and entertain with quality contemporary and traditional Chinese cultural content in order to strengthen the bonds between China and other countries through mutual respect and ongoing partnerships.