“Cloud tour of China” on the summer series of activities of China Cultural Center in Berlin

Berlin, August 13 the Chinese cultural center in Berlin recently launched a variety of activities to enable the German public to perceive China online in the heat. < / P > < p > among them, “cloud Tour China” – Chinese ink painting of “cultural China” series activities, through the video introduction provided by China National Academy of painting, let people feel the charm of Chinese ink painting art. According to the briefing, ink painting is an excellent tradition of the Chinese nation, containing the essence of 5000 years of Chinese civilization. Since the Tang Dynasty, it has developed for more than a thousand years. With its noble spiritual quality and independent language system, ink painting art has formed an art form with Chinese characteristics. It takes the expression of thought and the bearing of spirit as its basic demands, takes freehand brushwork as its core mode of thinking, and combines poetry, calligraphy, painting and printing. So far, it has a profound impact on the creation and research of contemporary Chinese ink painting art. < / P > < p > on the day of the first autumn of the lunar calendar, the four seasons Chinese documentary was broadcast online by the Chinese cultural center in Berlin. The film is a large-scale documentary filmed by China’s CNC, which lasted for two years and spanned 24 provinces, autonomous regions and cities in China. The 13th episode of Liqiu introduces that as the first solar term of autumn, Liqiu is about to harvest when the summer goes to cool. The documentary takes people to Ningjin County, Shandong Province, where people from all over China gather here to find their own insect king. < / P > < p > “cloud · travel to China” — quyi cloud appreciation of “cultural China” series activities, let the German audience feel the unique artistic charm of Huzhou three jumps Yingtai carrying water. “Huzhou three jumps” is one of the local folk arts in Huzhou. The name of “San Tiao” comes from its singing accompaniment instrument “San Tiao ban”, also known as “San Dai ban”. Because the shape of the board used is similar to the fiberboard used on the back of a boat, it is also commonly known as “fiberboard writing”. It is mainly popular in Huzhou and Jiaxing counties and districts centered in Wuxing area of Huzhou City, Zhejiang Province. It is a representative kind of Quyi with great influence in Northern Zhejiang Province.