Last week, February 23rd to 25th, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen teamed up with the Jiangxi Provincial Department of […]
During the 2024 Chinese New Year celebrations, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen hosted a remarkable cultural exchange event on […]
Last Friday, February 9, 2024, on the eve of the Chinese New Year, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen and […]
During the Song Dynasty, Chinese landscape painting underwent significant advancements, with artists vividly portraying peaks, mountains, streams and river valleys. […]
On February 2, 2024, as the Chinese New Year of the Dragon approaches, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen successfully […]
Embark on a winter adventure that transcends imagination in Heilongjiang!
More surprises and excitements await you on January 27 as the seventh episode of The Beauty of Shared Arts, a […]
On December 12th, over 30 members from a local senior club visited the Copenhagen China Cultural Center in Copenhagen to participate in the Copenhagen Winter Yaji.
On November 30, more than twenty students and teachers from Borupgaard Gymnasium in Denmark visited the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen to immerse themselves in the essence of both ancient and modern Chinese life and listen to the Chinese stories of Beijing and Shanghai.
“Major Snow”(DaXue), the 21st solar term in the Chinese lunar calendar, marks the official onset of mid-winter, usually falling around November 22nd or 23rd when the sun reaches the celestial longitude of 255 degrees.