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Artistry from homeland of pandas

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Weekdays, 10am to 5pm Friday 25 February to Friday 25 March

Artistic Quality Arise from Brocade Weaving:Artistry from Homeland of Pandas showcases the exquisite ingenuity of the inheritors from Chengdu and brings New Year’s blessing to the people of Sydney.

Chengdu, located in southwest China, is the capital city of Sichuan province. It is the birthplace of ancient Shu civilization and the homeland of pandas.

The China Cultural Centre in Sydney (CCC) will be beautifully decorated to celebrate Chinese New Year. We sincerely welcome our Australian friends to share this special moment and new year with us while appreciating artworks!

Sydney audiences will see Shu Embroidery, filigree work in silver, Chinese bamboo weaving, Chengdu lacquerware, and the ancient New Year paintings. Discover the splendid traditional handicrafts and intangible cultural heritage from Sichuan to celebrate the Chinese New Year of Tiger in 2022!

Covid-safe information

For everyone’s health and safety, COVID-19 vaccination (age 16+) and masks (age 12+) are legal requirements for all visitors. 

To enter CCC, you must show proof that you have received TWO doses of a COVID-19 vaccine OR that you hold a certified medical exemption.

The health and safety of visitors is the top priority of CCC, which will continue to be guided by the NSW Government’s health guidelines. We look forward to welcoming you to CCC soon.

Visit our website to find out everything you need to know before visiting.

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China Cultural Centre in Sydney

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