China Cultural Center in Pakistan launched a series of lectures on “Online Chinese Culture Talk”.
The first lecture, “Living Transmission” by Yuan Li, researcher at Chinese National Academy of Arts, provided a new window for Pakistani netizens to learn more about the profound Chinese culture.
In his lecture Yuan Li gives an in-depth introduction to the preservation, protection, inheritance and dissemination of intangible cultural heritage in China, especially the important role that the “living inheritance” method of intangible cultural heritage plays in the development of civilization.
In the long history, the Chinese nation has created a rich and splendid material cultural heritage and precious and colorful intangible cultural heritage. These tangible and intangible cultural heritages are historical witnesses of the development of Chinese civilization and cultural resources of great value.
There are twelve lectures in total which includes “Living Transmission” by Yuan Li, researcher at the Chinese National Academy of Arts, “Chinese language, characters and culture” by Professor Shi Dingguo, professor at Beijing Language and Culture University, “Gallantry in Tenderness: The Momentum and Spirit of Chinese Wushu” by professor Meng Tao, associate professor at Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology,“Appreciation of Peking Opera Art” by Zhang Jianguo, “Chinese Literature and the World – a brief history on the Mergence of Foreign and Chinese Literature” by Lu Jiande, eminent scholar and research fellow in the Institute of Literature at CASS.
“China’s Tourism Resources and Industry Development” by Jiang Yiyi, Director of the Leisure Sports and Tourism School, Beijing Sports University. “The Chinese way and the Belt and Road Initiative – a Civilizational State Perspective” by Zhang Weiwei, a famous scholar of China.
The lectures cover a wide range of cultural fields, including philosophy, cultural heritage, literature, art, costume, cuisine, sports, Chinese medicine, etc. This lecture series will introduce you to the Chinese culture seen from different aspects.
The lecture series were launched on 21 September and continue until mid of October 2022 which will also be promoted simultaneously on social media such as the China Cultural Center in Pakistan Facebook page, WeChat, Channels, and its Director’s Twitter handle.