"A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people"
-Mahatma Ghandi

Fan Restoration Class
4-8 March, 2019
In this week-long course, Ms. Dou Xu Hong, a National Representative Inheritor for the Intangible Cultural Heritage art of old Chinese painting restoration, returns to Chinese Cultural Studies Center to teach fan restoration. The course will touch upon the history and background of
fan restoration, and the course will teach the fundamental basics of fan restoration.

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Guangcai and Chinese Ceramics Talk and Workshop
17 February, 2019
Renowned artist Mr. Fan Hongbin will be giving a special talk and workshop session on Chinese ceramics, at The City University of Hong Kong. The event is open to the public.

Many different styles of Chinese ceramics were developed throughout the centuries, with certain regions specializing in specific styles. In Hong Kong, Guangcai (or Canton porcelain) held a prominent position. The talk will delve into the history and development of Guangcai, including the conservation aspects of this important art.

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Henderson Malls Chinese New Year Exhibition
11 January - 19 February, 2019
During Chinese New Year, many families will bring out their candy boxes, and fill them with candies and other snacks. For many, a simple candy box conjures many nostalgic memories and feelings of gathering with their families, and the warm feelings of a festive time. The candy box is symbolic of tradition, and of the importance of family in the Chinese culture.

This special exhibition, which will be held at two locations at Metro Harbour Plaza (Tai Kok Tsui) and Green Code Plaza (Fanling), will focus on candy boxes, tea sets, tiered boxes, and other paraphernalia related to the theme of food and festival.

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Zhou Dynasty City Sites and Conservation of Major Archaeological Sites Conference
19-20 September 2018
Jointly organized by the Henan Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, the School of History of Zhengzhou University, and Chinese Cultural Studies Center. This conference will look at significant and new findings on Zhou dynasty city sites, and provide an international forum on the conservation of major archaeological sites. The conference will be held at Zhengzhou University, Henan.

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Hubei Archaeological Cultural Exchange Trip for University Students from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan
4-12 August, 2018
Organized by the School of History at the Wuhan University and the Shishou Municipal Cultural and Tourism Bureau with supporting organizations Chinese Cultural Studies Center and the Shishou City Zoumaling Archaeological Park Management Office , this trip is an opportunity for students from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan to have a great learning opportunity to experience archaeological field work, artifact restoration, and to visit archaeological and cultural sites.

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Talk: Old calligraphy and painting restoration: Northern and Southern schools of restoration and mounting
20 July, 2018
Ms. Dou Xuhong will be talking about the history and origins and development of Chinese painting and restoration. She will also be discussing the differences and the pros and cons of the Northern and Southern schools of restoration and mounting.

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Class on Restoration and Mounting of Old Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy
16-20 July, 2018 (5 days of classes)
Dou Xuhong’s grandfather Dou Zhirong is a renowned expert in the art of restoration and mounting for old Chinese paintings and calligraphy. Having dedicated his life’s work to this art, Dou Zhirong had a rich portfolio of notable classical pieces that he has worked on, including Su Dongpo’s calligraphy, and Song dynasty paintings panche tu. Following in the footsteps of her grandfather and receiving training from him, Dou Xuhong is also a recognized master in the art of restoration.

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Shanxi Ancient Architecture Tour
9-17 May 2018
Cut off by mountains, rivers, and deserts, the province of Shanxi has served as a time capsule, containing around 70 percent of China's structures older than the 14th century. This special tour organized by Chinese Cultural Studies Center will be a walk back into the past, a glimpse of what made China such an enchanting bastion of culture and art.

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Students exchange archaeological tour to Henan
Applications now open!
3-8 April 2018

Students from Form 4 to Form 6 have the unique opportunity to go to Henan in an archaeological educational tour. Students will be able to learn and see many aspects of archaeological work, including excavation and restoration. The tour is organized by Chinese Cultural Studies Center and the Henan Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology.

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Conference: Urban archaeology of the Shang dynasty and conservation of major sites
6-7 November 2017
"Urban Archaeology of the Shang Dynasty and Conservation of Major Sites" will be the third annual conference on Chinese culture jointly organized by Chinese Cultural Studies Center and the Cultural Management Programme at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. This year, the Henan Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology will also be joining as an organizer. The aim of this conference is to foster fruitful dialogue on the significance of recent findings of Shang urban settlements, as well as developing insights into more effective methods in addressing the challenges of site conservation.

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