2017 CECS Kicks off

Authors: Jay Liu

2017-09-12

The first Chengdu-Europe Culture Season (CECS) organized by the Foreign and Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of Chengdu Municipal Government was launched September 5.
The event highlights the art, music, food, as well as cultural and creative sectors of Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, the UK, Poland and France.
With the aim to make art equally accessible to every citizen, all programs of the event are open to the public for free, and some with specific themes will last until the end of November.
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