Photo: Kaifeng Longting, Henan, China
In March 2018, Peng Spark, Executive Chairman of the Association of Australian Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Culture and Art Exchange, Lifetime Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne (Expert Member of the Australian Association of Non-Relics) Trevor, Deputy Secretary-General of the Australian Association of Non-Relics (Director of Digital Technology of the Association) Evan, together with the roots of Chinese culture, Henan Central Plains. The visit lasted for a week, mainly visiting the cities of Zhengzhou, Kaifeng and Luoyang. He was warmly received by the Chairman of Henan Federation of Literary and Art Circles, the Director of the Henan Provincial Literature and Art Department, the Director of the Zhengzhou Cultural Center, and the Chairman of Luoyang Non-Remaining City.
Photo: Henan Zhengzhou Provincial Museum
In the above-mentioned meeting, Executive Chairman Peng Shuang expressed his willingness to pass on the Chinese culture’s roots in the original culture, through the online information-free and borderless information platform and offline international cultural exchanges, to inherit the long history and ambiguous human civilization and culture of China. Widely sent to the eyes of foreigners. Let the world recognize, touch, and listen to the spiritual wealth of the Chinese nation, thus playing a far-reaching role in promoting the harmonious development of Chinese traditional culture and human multiculturalism.
Photo: Shaolin Temple, Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Henan, China
At the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Henan Province, I watched the wonderful performance of “World Shaoxing” as the representative of the intangible cultural heritage of the world. The Shaolin Kung Fu Performing Group regularly travels around the world. We look forward to a long-term performance in Melbourne, Australia, to showcase the profoundness of the Chinese national spiritual culture to the world.
Photo: “Shaolin Kungfu” performance at Shaolin Temple, Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Henan, China
Trevor, an expert member of the Australian Association of Non-Relics, praised after watching the Shaolin Temple, and hoped that people in Australia could see the wonderful performances of Chinese Shaolin Kungfu in their own country and further open the cultural journey of Australia and China’s Central Plains culture.
Photo: White Horse Temple, Luoyang, Henan, China
After visiting the Baima Temple in Luoyang, Longting in Kaifeng, and Kaifeng, Professor Trevor, a member of the Australian Association of Non-Relics Associations, was amazed by the reach of China’s millennium monuments. This tour was also a nightmare for him as a world cross-cultural research scholar. In addition to the deep and harmonious Central Plains culture of the ancient China, Professor Trevor hopes to see more foreigners on the way.
Photo: Henan White Horse Temple, Luoyang
Evan, deputy secretary-general of the Australian Association of Non-legacy (Establishment of the Association of Non-legacy Cultures), said that through the support of the leaders of the Henan Cultural Department, the world’s innovative and cutting-edge technology will be used to further the world’s spiritual heritage of the original culture and history of the Chinese culture. Expand and promote.
It is believed that through the strong support of the Chinese cultural sector, the Australian Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Cultural and Art Exchange Association will promote the Chinese national culture to the world on the basis of Sino-Australian cultural friendly exchanges; build a bridge for the Australian-Chinese cultural journey.