“Australian Association of Human Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Culture and Art Exchange” established a sub-center in Zhengzhou

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On October 9th, Australia’s “Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Cultural and Art Exchange Association” established the “China Zhengzhou Human Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Cultural and Art Exchange Center” in Zhengzhou. The opening ceremony was held in Zhengzhou Cultural Center. Peng Spark, Executive Chairman of Australia’s “Intangible Cultural Heritage of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Culture and Art”, Wang Liyan, Vice Minister of the Propaganda Department of the CPC Zhengzhou Municipal Committee, and Li Guiling, Director of the Zhengzhou Cultural Center, attended the meeting. The Association hired the Zhengzhou Cultural Center as the governing unit of the Association of Human Intangible Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Culture and Art Exchange. Li Guiling is appointed as the chairman of the board.

According to the “Key Points of the 13th Five-Year Plan for Cultural Reform and Development”, the purpose of the establishment of the Zhengzhou Branch of the Association is to promote cultural exchanges and cultural trade methods, and to promote the “going out” of Chinese culture, so that the global attention will be paid to the Central Plains and the Central Plains. Non-legacy, understanding of the Central Plains. Let the Central Plains culture become the “soft support” for promoting the development of the Central Plains; give full play to the important role of spreading Chinese culture and promoting cultural exchanges, mobilize the participation of social forces, and give full play to the local advantages of foreign institutions, and form a joint effort to promote the Central Plains culture to go abroad.