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FEATURE EVENT                                            

A FEAST OF 
CHINESE CINEMA
7 Films in Competition for ICFF 2015 will be screend at CCC

 

Venue:           China Cultural Centre in Sydney
                         Level 1,151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney 

Entry:              Free

 
Let’s Get Married
 
18:00 
Sunday 22 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
Hollywood 
Adventures

 
18:00
Monday 23 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
A Hero or Not
 
18:00
Tuesday 24 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
Love Endures
 
18:00
Wednesday 25 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
The Art of Mr. Chow
 
18:00
Thursday 26 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
Monkey King: 
Hero Is Back

 
18:00
Friday 27 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
Office
 
18:00
Saturday 28 Nov 2015
TO RESERVE
 


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Special Events                                                     
7th International Chinese Film Festival Press Conference

Date & Time:  10 am, Friday 30 Oct, 2015
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney

By Invitation Only
Co-hosted by ICFF and China Cultural Centre in Sydney, the 7th ICFF press conference will be held to make a series of announcements in the lead up to the Festival week of events, scheduled for November 21-28, 2015. 
For details, please visit  ICFF


 
Australia China
Co-Production Forum

Date & Time:  23 NOV, 2015
Venue:  FOX Studio Hoyts
By Invitation Only
Presented by ICFF, China Cultural Centre in Sydney, the Australian Screen Association (ASA) and the Motion Picture Association (MPA),  Australia China Co-production forum is aimed at establishing strong relationships between the Australian and Chinese film industries.         Read More
 
Fujian Puppetry Troupe at Schools
Date & Time:  30 Oct & 2 NOV, 2015
For selected schools only
Hand puppetry, also called “glove puppetry”, 
is very popular in southern Fujian Province. 
With careful division of the roles and the 
exquisite carved puppetry heads, the show 
is extremely vivid. Invited by the China Cultural
Centre in Sydney, Zhangzhou Puppetry Troupe will perform spectacular shows at local
school in Sydney, hoping to generate the younger generation’s interest in Chinese heritage and culture.                
 
Workshop: The Ratification and Implementation of the 2003 Convention 
Date&Time:   1-7 NOV 2015 
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 
By Invitation Only
Organized by China Cultural Centre in Sydney
and hosted by International Training Centre for
Intangible Cultural Heritage under the auspices
of UNESCO, the workshop aims to promote 
better visibility of intangible cultural heritage and awareness of its significance. With delegates from South Pacific islands and Australia, we hope to foster cultural diversity and intercultural 
dialogue among China and other Countries.              
 
Classes                                                            
Traditional Chinese
Ink Painting Class for Beginners 

Date & Time: 10am-12pm, Saturdays
19 Sep-28 Nov, (except Sat 30th Oct) 
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 

TO RESERVE
This course is for students with minimum 
experience, allowing them to learn basic
techniques including how to handle the 
Chinese painting brush with ink and colour,
to execute brush strokes professionally
and to develop skills to draw different subject.
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Tai Chi and Qi Gong Practice Course
Date & Time: 2:30-4:30pm, Saturdays
22 Aug-24 Oct, 8 sessions in total (except Saturdays, 5 Sept & 3 Oct,)
Venue: China Cultural Centre in Sydney 
TO RESERVE
Now you are able to experience the best of 
both Tai Chi and Qi Gong at China Cultural 
Centre in Sydney. These sessions are designed
for people with no prior experience and those 
looking for low intensity fitness training to keep
fit, improve their health and general wellbeing.    
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