Courses 

Guzheng Class

Guzheng or Chinese zither is a treasure of folk music. It is a simple but elegant musical instrument that produces beautiful scores of music. As its listenable music is also easy to learn, it is therefore popularly accepted and loved by children and adults alike.

China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur’s Guzheng lessons has separate classes or groupings for children and adults. With increased training and dexterity, further learning can proceed to Intermediate and Advanced Classes.

 

 

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Color Ink Painting Class

Chinese traditional painting is also known as ink painting art. It utilizes a brush that is dabbed in a mixture of black ink and water to paint drawings on fine writing papers. This course is designed for learners with zero foundation of brush painting. It encompasses basics of brush painting including knowhow on the use of ink of different colors and types of brushes, how to competently execute brush strokes and touches and development of varied themes of brush painting skills.

 

 

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Weiqi (Go Game)

Go Game is a two-person strategy game played on a square checkerboard with black and white round pieces. Its ultimate purpose is nothing more than “capture territory”, or through the way of encircling the chess pieces of others to swallow, the rules are simple and easy to understand, but its moves may vary.

 

 

 

 

 

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Calligraphy Class

Chinese character (Hanzi) is the wholesome embodiment of Chinese culture. By way of calligraphic writing of Hanzi, Chinese calligraphy is both the nucleus and culmination of Chinese  and culture in its quintessence.

China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur’s calligraphy lessons comes in both Beginner and Advanced Classes. The focus of Beginner Class is on learning basic calligraphic writings whereas Advanced Class proffers enthusiastic students to partake in different styles of artistic calligraphy.

 

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Mandarin Chinese Beginner

Chinese has a long history and the most significant number of speakers. The number of Chinese speakers worldwide is at least 1.5 billion, more than 20% of the world’s total population. Chinese standard language is the official language of mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, also known as Mandarin, and is one of the six working languages of the United Nations. It takes Beijing pronunciation as the standard pronunciation, northern mandarin as the basic dialect, and the canonical modern vernacular works as the lingua franca.

 

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