Two generations of dancers

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Interviews and photos by Miki Dai

Two Chinese dancers of different generations talk about their views on the period of the Cultural Revolution.中国不同时代的舞者用舞蹈/纪录片来演绎他们对红色时代的理解

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Chinese qipao society

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46The Dutch branch of the Chinese Qipao Society was founded last Sunday. Listen to CRTV’s interview with the chairman Lisa Sung.

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Chinese New Year Tour 2016 by Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble

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The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office presents a showcase of Cantonese Music in Hong Kong by Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble on the Chinese New Year Tour 2016.

Founded in 2003, the Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble  (竹韻小集) is a professional Chinese music ensemble which promotes local talents and produces quality chamber music. Its mission is to promote the unique charm of Chinese instrumental ensemble music genre, known for being “small but elegant” and “simple yet refined”, in Hong Kong. The Ensemble currently has 16 resident musicians, who are all young music graduates with extensive performing experiences. The Ensemble has a comprehensive team of different instruments making reference to the traditional Chinese silk and bamboo (string-and-wind) format. The Artistic Advisor, Mr Ho Man-chuen, is also the Conductor. The Executive Director, Mr Chan Chiu-yin, is also the Founder of the Ensemble. The Ensemble is a registered non-profit organisation in Hong Kong and a recipient of grants given by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

Interview with the musicians: Chan Pik-sum (gaohu), Chan Kai-him (yehu), Kwok Ka-ying (yangqin), Wong Ling-yan (pipa) and Ho Siu-cheong (xiao):

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Western media and online communication in China

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DG7

DG7 is an alliance of major government-supported international broadcasters, including the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the Broadcasting Board of Governors of America (BBG, including Voice of America and Free Asia Radio), Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle, France Médias Monde (FMM), Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) and RNW Media of the Netherlands. On 6th November, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, all the Chinese team of DG7 came to the Netherlands for a meeting aiming to tackle challenges across international boundaries, including the political and social affairs participation of Chinese youth through social media (Weibo, WeChat and Apps), the new trends and development of Chinese social media, and how western media combat with the censorship fighting for the freedom of information and freedom of expression.

11月6日,来自荷兰、英国、美国与德国的多家媒体记者及专家于海牙举办了有关中国新媒体以及话语权的讨论会议,CRTV有幸受邀参加会议,并对三名会议发言者进行了专访。请收听:
Download CRTV’s interviews with:
  1. Garrie van Pinxteren, panel discussion moderator and China expert
  2. Zhang Xiaoying, deputy head of international relations of Deutsche Welle
  3. Manya Koetse of WhatsonWeibo on Chinese social media Weibo.

Opening of photo exhibition We May Have Met Before

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Mayor's talk

The photo exhibition We May Have Met Before was opened by Eberhard van der Laan, Mayor of Amsterdam, in Foam yesterday. This exhibition will last till January 17th, 2016. Listen to CRTVs interviews with the internationally famous Chinese curators Feng Boyi, Liu Gang and Wang Dong.

Download interviews with Feng Boyi, Liu Gang and Wang Dong

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Backstage of Cantonese Opera

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Since 2009, Cantonese Opera is recognized by Unesco as world intangable cultural heritage. Listen to CRTVs interview with maestro Yuen Siu Fai and his actors about their passion for Cantonese Opera.

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