Chinese Culture Center

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Press information about the exclusive info event in Berlin Berlin, 13.03.2012 – an unforgettable evening for the 200 guests from politics, economy and culture: the Chinese star pianist Lang Lang appeared as an Ambassador of his native region of Shenzhen on Monday. The European Office of Shenzhen had invited to the event at the Chinese Culture Center in Berlin. “Listen to under the motto of Shenzhen – Lang Lang and his city” the guests got a glimpse of the third largest economic metropolis of China. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Ted Lasso. A photo exhibition with impressive city motifs gave the event a Visual framework. In addition to the Goodwill Ambassador for the Ambassador of People’s Republic of China, Hongbo Wu present, as well as Karl Wendling, Assistant Director of the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology, and Dr. Lixia was long Tang, Director-General of the Office of Foreign Affairs of the city of Shenzhen. The aim of the event: representing city of Shenzhen would like to strengthen relations with Berlin and consolidate. The German partner city is Nuremberg, also the seat of the Host, the European Office of Shenzhen.

The guests were not only treated of a half-hour concert. Lang Lang-mediated a very personal impression of Shenzhen of city, where he opened his first music school. Shenzhen, I connect youth, modernity, dynamism and innovation”especially the properties, said the star pianist. “He there a piano mass trend triggered, the Shenzhen PianoCity nicknamed” owes. His 30th birthday at the 14.06.2012 wants to long long back to Berlin come. The city of Shenzhen: Shenzhen has a huge development.

In only 30 years the city on the East coast of China from 30,000 inhabitants grew estimated 12 million today. Shenzhen is located in the vicinity of Hong Kong in Guangdong Province. You is not only a booming industry and economics but not least provides a high quality of life thanks to many people from other countries and cultures that have found their way to Shenzhen in recent years.

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