Chinese Culture Center
In Mauritius

Chinese Cultural Center, situated in the southwest part of Port Louis, capital of Mauritius, is a group of buildings in traditional Chinese style.

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In Benin

Established on September 27, 1988, the Chinese Cultural Center in the Republic of Benin is located at the Avenue Jean-Paul II in Cotonou City.

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In Cairo

The Chinese Culture Center in Cairo is the first large-scale culture center set up at overseas by the Chinese Government in the 21 century.

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In Paris

The Chinese Cultural Center in Paris is located in downtown areas opposing the celebrated historic sites of Grand Palais and Petit Palais across the Seine River.

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In Malta

The China Cultural Center, located beside the Maltese prime minister's office building in the capital city of Valletta, is the fifth of its kind opened by China in the world.

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In Tokyo

As the second Chinese Culture Center in Asia, the Chinese Culture Center in Tokyo would serve as a new window onto Chinese culture.

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In Seoul

The Chinese Culture Center in Seoul, introduces China to South Koreans through holding exhibitions, seminars and other activities.

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In Berlin

On May 26, 2008, the Chinese Culture Center was inaugurated in Berlin with officials from both countries.

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In Ulan Bator

The Chinese Culture Centre of Ulan Bator was veiled on June 2, 2010, which is the 9th Chinese Culture Centre set up at overseas.

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In Bangkok

The center in Bangkok is the first and largest of its kind built by China in Southeast Asia.

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In Moscow

The center, which officially opened on Dec 5th, 2012, is housed in a former casino on Pravda Street. It has an exhibition room, multi-function hall, library and cinema.

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In Madrid

The Chinese Cultural Center in Madrid was officially opened on Dec 9th, 2013.

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In Nigeria

On Sept 9, 2013, the Chinese Cultural Center in Nigeria was opened, the 14th overseas cultural center.

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In Mexico

The Chinese Cultural Center in Mexico was officially opened on Oct 25, 2012, the first in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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In Sydney

The Chinese Cultural Center in Sydney registered as an official nonprofit organization in Sydney in December 2012. It was the first Chinese Cultural Center in Oceania.

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In Denmark

On June 11, 2014, the Chinese Culture Center in Denmark was launched with a series of cultural exchange activities.

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