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The project content:The project covers an area of 3000 mu, mainly including : the ministry of culture (country) artistic creation base and headquarters base, international culture ART village, international cultural exchange center, animation, film and television base, performing arts center, chinese-foreign cooperation education experimental base, yongding village, etc.
MHI) conducted a science class at the Dong Anh-Okinawa Economic and Cultural Exchange Center (DOWACEN), a Japanese language school in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Abdullah Al-Atiq, in charge of the cruise activities in the cultural exchange center of the department of Dawa (call) and Guidance, said a large number of people came to the sea resort to just relax, "and that's one reason our center brings the converts, who embrace Islam and wish to learn Arabic, on a cruise to get to know them better.
MHI) took place at the Dong Anh-Okinawa Economic and Cultural Exchange Center (DOWACEN) in Hanoi, a facility that also provides Japanese language teaching.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The American Jewish Committee San Francisco Office (AJC) and The Chinese International Cultural Exchange Center have collaborated to bring "Jews in Modern China," an exhibit of photographs, documents and memorabilia portraying a unique chapter in Chinese and Jewish history, to San Francisco.
alife: alife was opened in October of 1999 on Orchard Street in New York City's legendary Lower East Side with a mission to create a cultural exchange center that encompassed retail, art exhibition, and design with focus on quality of execution and relevance.