Art boost for Sino-S’pore cultural exchange

(22 November 2015, Sunday) The 11-storey China Cultural Centre in Queen Street was opened to the public yesterday with an exhibition of works by 50 top artists from China and Singapore to mark 25 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

A New Horizon, presented jointly with the National Gallery Singapore, is the first event held at the centre since its official opening by Chinese President Xi Jinping and Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong on Nov 7.

The centre has appointed National Arts Council chairman Chan Heng Chee, prominent Singapore architect Liu Thai Ker, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts chairman Low Sin Leng and Singapore Press Holdings’ Chinese Media Group executive vice-president Anthony Tan to its 10-member executive board.

Media: The Sunday Times, Page B8

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