China Culture Center
Many critics consider landscape to be the highest form of Chinese painting. The traditional Chinese artists painted pictures of towering mountains, using strong black lines, ink wash, and sharp, dotted brushstrokes to suggest rough stone; or painted the rolling hills and rivers of their native countryside in peaceful scenes done with softer, rubbed brushwork.
The class will be conducted in English. The supplies or the Four Treasures of the Study - the ink brush, ink, paper(made of rice & bamboo), and inkstone - are provided by CCC.
When: 17-24 Feb 2016 10:00-midday (Every Wednesday)
Where: China Culture Center (CCC)
They are an cultural education organization that has tasked ourselves to share (in English) with others the wonder and diversity of Chinese history and culture.
They are a privately owned and self-sustained organization. They use our innovative travel (CCC Travel) and corporate products to fund our not-for-profit research and cultural education programs.
Most of all, They are a group of English-speaking cultural enthusiasts who want to introduce you to everything about this country, from Confucius to calligraphy, Genghis Khan to green tea, martial arts to feng shui. They are an organization for anyone looking for a way to explore China’s past, present and future.
Since culture is the embodiment of the history and customs of a nation, CCC strives to provide a window into Chinese society.
They were the first cultural organization to specifically cater for foreigners living in Beijing, and since 2000, CCC has become the most trusted travel and learning center, through which expatriates, as well as their visiting families and friends, experience the original China. In addition to a core group of expatriates who frequent our tours, lectures and classes to enrich their knowledge about China, more and more independent travelers and returning visitors are choosing the CCC to help them get under the surface of China.