China Cultural Center in Copenhagen was jointly unveiled by Liu Yunshan, then a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, and Bertel Haader, the first deputy speaker of Denmark, on June 11, 2014.

China Cultural Center in Copenhagen was established by an Agreement between the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark on the Establishment of Cultural Centers on December 5, 2013. The center is located on H.C. Andersen Blvd, the center of the City which is the core cultural area. It is the first Chinese Cultural Center established by China in Nordic Countries. It is committed to promoting mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of China and Denmark through holding cultural exchange activities.
Since its tenth anniversary, the Copenhagen Chinese Cultural Center has held many offline and online colorful activities, including performances, exhibitions, art festivals, lectures, etc., covering multiple themes, including clothing, traditional Chinese medicine, martial arts, food, creative design, tourism promotion, and other fields.
In recent years, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen has been focusing on the theme of “Unity of Human and Nature – Living in Accordance with Rhythm of the Nature”, striving to find common values ​​between China and Denmark, telling Chinese stories to all walks of life in Denmark, deepening exchanges between China and Denmark, and promoting exchanges and mutual learning between Chinese and European civilizations. The center has launched activity platforms like the Ya Ji in Copenhagen and YE! (Youth Envoy).

Recently, the China Cultural Center in Copenhagen is holding a series of commemorative activities such as Lectures on Chinese Stories, Tea and Harmony, and Lanting (Orchid Saloon), etc..