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Tin Tức24 February 2015

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Tin Tức23 February 2015

4 người bị thương, trong đó có một người bị rạch mặt, ở Bronx

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Video Clips22 February 2015

Mồng Một Tết Nguyên Đán Năm Ất Mùi 2015 Tại Chùa Chiếu Kiến

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Thông Báo21 February 2015

"Fantastic Art China" Mang lại Nghệ thuật đồng thời Trung Quốc đang đứng đầu tới Thành Phố Nữu Ước cho Lễ Kỷ Niệm Tết Nguyên Đán

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"Fantastic Art China" Brings Top Contemporary Chinese Art to New York for Chinese Lunar New Year Celebrations

China Central Academy of Fine Art Brings Renowned Chinese Art Works to U.S. for Public Display at Atrium and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center February 18-24

NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of "Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China", a series of arts & culture initiatives celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year throughout New York City, the China Central Academy of Fine Art (CAFA), China's largest and most prestigious art academy, is hosting a much-anticipated public exhibit of contemporary Chinese visual art at the David Rubenstein Atrium and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center beginning February 18th and continuing through February 24th.

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Famous works, including some never previously exhibited outside China, will go on display from artists including:

HUANG Jiancheng, chief designer of the famed China Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo;
XU Bing, awarded the US State Department's Medal of Arts in January 2015;
XU Jiang, President of the China Academy of Art whose works have been featured at the Venice Biennale, San Paulo Biennale, and others;
LV Shengzhong, specialist in the ancient Chinese art of paper cutting;
CHEN Wenling, whose work has been shown by more than a dozen institutions including the China Museum of Art, Korea National Art Museum, and Denver Art Museum, and who has received the Perth Coastal Sculpture Public Art prize and Arox international sculpture show grand prize;
ZHAN Wang, whose signature "Artificial Rocks" series was the first ever Chinese contemporary sculptures to be featured at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
From February 18-21, four works will be featured at the Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, including:

Huang Jiancheng will present his famed animated digital tapestry recreating the momentous ancient Chinese painting "Along the River during the Qingming Festival", considered by many as the most significant classical Chinese painting in history. The digital artwork has never been exhibited outside of China, and was widely renowned as the centerpiece of the China Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo;
Xu Bing will exhibit "The Character of Characters", a grandiose hand-painted animation explaining the connection between Chinese characters and the temperament of people who write them;
Chen Wenling will discuss the symbolism of the era in "The Scene in the Future";
Lv Shengzhong, a CAFA professor of experimental art, will showcase his "Square Earth, Round Heaven " series of traditional Chinese paper cutting.
In addition to these works, the Atrium will be transformed into a contemporary artistic take on a traditional Chinese market, in Lv Shengzhong's "Creativity Bazaar", which will serve as both a real market showing handicrafts from across China and a contemporary art piece. The Bazaar will assemble traditional and innovative Chinese craftworks and New Year storing items that are specially collected from across China, including from Shanghai Museum, Nanjing Museum, Hunan Provincial Museum, Zhejiang Provincial Museum, Hubei Provincial Museum, CAFA Museum, Suzhou Museum and Ordos Museum. The Bazaar, which will be available for both public viewing and participation, along with the ancient market presented in Huang's work, together will form a unique comparison and offer audiences an opportunity to better understand Chinese New Year fairs and Chinese traditions of New Year storing.

Finally, upon the completion of the exhibit at the Atrium, two additional works of art will go on display at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center from February 22 to February 24:

Zhan Wang, a professor at CAFA, will display a piece from his signature sculpture "Artificial Rocks," which was part of the first-ever Chinese contemporary sculpture to be featured at the Metropolitan Museum.
Xu Jiang, head of the Hangzhou-based China Academy of Art and whose work has been featured at the Venice Biennale, will showcase his steel sculpture "Symbiosis" that combines nearly 400 sunflowers in an extravagant display.
The public art exhibit are part of a week of Lunar New Year events at cultural institutions around New York City by CAFA titled, "Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China", including a Fireworks Spectacular over the Hudson River (Feb 17), a lighting display of the Empire State Building (Feb 17-19), and other events hosted by partners including the New York Philharmonic, New-York Historical Society, National Dance Institute, US-China Cultural Institute / Committee of 100, the China Institute, and the Chinese Consulate in New York.

Visit fantastic.art.china.cn or follow www.facebook.com/chinanewyearnyc and www.twitter.com/chinanewyearnyc for more information.

For Artist Bios, Detailed Art Descriptions & High Resolution Art Images, Please Visit:
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Thông Báo20 February 2015

Lễ kỷ niệm Tết Nguyên đán toàn cầu Đầu Tiên Trong Lịch Sử bắt đầu tại Nữu Ước với "Happy Chinese New Year" Pháo Bông Đêm Giao Thừa Tết 2015

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Art Academy Lớn Nhất Của Trung Quốc Với Các Tổ Chức Hàng đầu Nghệ Thuật & Văn Hóa Của Mỹ Mừng Năm Mới Tết Nguyên Đán Tại Thành Phố Nữu Ước

Bắn Pháo Bông Ngày 17 Tháng 2 Trên Sông Hudson của New York là Trung Tâm Của Sự "Kỷ Niệm Nghệ Thuật Lớn Nhất Chưa Bao Giờ Xảy Ra Của Mỹ và Trung Quốc"
In Historic First, Global Lunar New Year Celebrations Kick-Off in New York with "Happy Chinese New Year" Fireworks Spectacular Over the Hudson River

China Central Academy of Fine Arts Host First Large-Scale Fireworks Display Ever in U.S. to Commemorate Chinese Lunar New Year

NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This year, in a change from tradition, the first major global celebrations for Chinese Lunar New Year took place not in China, but in the United States, with a dazzling fireworks show over the Hudson River on Tuesday, February 17th organized by China's largest and most prestigious arts academy, the China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA).

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Titled "Harmonious China" and conducted in partnership with Fireworks by Grucci, the twenty-minute fireworks display commenced in New York at 7:30PM EST on February 17th utilizing three-barges on the Hudson River, nearly equaling the scope of the iconic Macy's Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular. The display marked the first-ever large-scale fireworks display in the U.S. to commemorate Chinese Lunar New Year.

Viewing was possible along the Hudson River form both Midtown Manhattan and New Jersey sides, and there was live accompanying music broadcast on three local radio stations-- WKDM AM1380, WZRC AM1480 and WGBB AM1240-- featuring special music composed by Guan Xia, director of the China National Symphony Orchestra.

The fireworks display was divided into four thematic and emotional chapters—starting with "Great Jubilance", followed by "The Return of Spring", then "Illumination of Stars and the Moon", and concluding with a powerful "Universal Celebration".

The fireworks kick-off a week of Lunar New Year events at cultural institutions around New York City as part of CAFA's "Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China", including a public art exhibition at the Rubenstein Atrium and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center (Feb 18-24), a lighting display of the Empire State Building (Feb 17-18), and other events hosted by partners including the New York Philharmonic, New-York Historical Society, National Dance Institute, US-China Cultural Institute / Committee of 100, the China Institute, and the Chinese Consulate in New York.

Visit fantastic.art.china.cn or follow www.facebook.com/chinanewyearnyc and www.twitter.com/chinanewyearnyc for more information.



SOURCE China Central Academy of Fine Art

Video Clips19 February 2015

Tòa Nhà Empire State Thắp Sáng Đèn Màu "Đỏ-Vàng" trong Đêm Giao Thừa & Tết Nguyên Đán 2015 Tại Thành Phố Nữu Ước

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Empire State Building Lights for the 2015 Lunar New Year

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NY empire state building lights up for New Year

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Video Clip Pháo Bông Đêm Giao Thừa Tết 2015 Tại Thành Phố Nữu Ước

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2015 Chinese New Year Fireworks - New York City

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Chinese New Year celebrated with fireworks over New York's Hudson River

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Thông Báo17 February 2015

Viện Trung Quốc kỷ niệm năm mới Tết Nguyên Đán Tại Thành Phố Nữu Ước

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China Institute Celebrates Chinese New Year!

NEW YORK, Feb. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Chinese New Year is fast approaching. Time to celebrate!

This year, we are pleased to present a series of events and programs for families, art enthusiasts, executives and all those curious about China:

Friday, February 20

6:30 – 11:30 PM
Cipriani

110 East 42nd Street

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Chinese New Year Party
Join us as we celebrate our much-anticipated Chinese New Year party. This festive benefit event includes a reception, banquet-style dinner, traditional lion dance and dancing.
For details and tickets, visit: http://www.chinainstitute.org/support-us/special-events/chinese-new-year-party/

 

Sunday, February 22
11:00 AM  – 3:00 PM

China Institute

125 East 65th Street

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Chinese New Year Family Celebration

Kick off the Year of the Sheep with a FREE lion dance and kung-fu demonstration. Following the lion dance, join our New Year-themed workshops and activities for families, which include dumpling and lantern making, calligraphy, and gallery tours of our newest exhibition, Mao's Golden Mangoes and the Cultural Revolution.
Lion Dance & Kung-fu Performance – FREE! For details and tickets, visit: http://www.chinainstitute.org/education/for-families/

 

Friday, February 27

6:30 – 8:30 PM

China Institute

125 East 65th Street

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Art and Chinese New Year – 2nd Annual Lecture and Festive Reception
Join us for this special 2nd annual lecture and festive reception in celebration of Chinese New Year. Dr. Jerome Silbergeld will discuss this year's animal's role in Chinese art and history. Followed by a reception with typical Chinese New Year fare.
FREE for China Institute Members. For details and tickets, visit: http://www.chinainstitute.org/art-culture/programs-events/lectures/

 

Saturday, February 28

6:00 -11:00 PM

The Golden Unicorn

18 East Broadway

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Young Associates 2015 Lunar New Year Soiree
The Young Associates of China Institute (CIYA) cordially invite you to celebrate the Year of the Sheep! The evening begins with an open-bar cocktail hour where you will meet a diverse group of young philanthropic professionals. A formal traditional Chinese dinner will follow, featuring symbolic dishes to wish guests a prosperous and fruitful 2015. Festivities continue with a live music performance and dance party hosted by special guest DJ Hiyawatha.
For details and tickets, visit: http://www.chinainstitute.org/support-us/special-events/young-associates-events/

Founded in 1926 by prominent Chinese educators, China Institute is the oldest bicultural organization in America devoted exclusively to China. CI has a tradition of celebrating the spring festival and sharing Chinese culture with the public.

For further information, http://www.chinainstitute.org/chinese-new-year-2015/ or contact Elizabeth Ingrassia at 212-744-8181.



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Thông Báo16 February 2015

Những Ngôi Sao Bóng Rổ NBA & người hâm mộ của PEAK từ khắp Trung Quốc dùng ngôn ngữ địa phương chúc Tết Người qua đường

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PEAK's NBA Stars and Fans from Across China Wish Passers-By a Happy Chinese New Year in Local Dialects from Large Screen Overlooking Times Square

NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2015 /PR Newswire/ -- On Feb. 15, a video clip entitled New York Time and featuring five NBA players endorsed by PEAK, among them Tony Parker, accompanied by fans from 34 provinces, municipalities or autonomous regions across China, wishing passers-by all the best for the Year of the Ram in a wide variety of local Chinese dialects, was shown on the large screen overlooking New York's Times Square. It is the first time for such a Chinese grassroots event to take place at "The Crossroads of the World".

"The videos featuring the New Year's greeting in dialects were collected from 'Going to New York with Dialects', a project jointly undertaken by PEAK and more than 10 mainstream city newspapers," explained Xu Zhihua, the initiator of the project and CEO of Peak Sport, "This is PEAK's special gift for the 2015 Chinese New Year, aimed at nurturing the pride that every Chinese person feels about their country and providing a venue for people the world over to become more familiar with and knowledgeable about Chinese traditional culture and China's international brands."

In the one-minute Chinese New Year Greeting video, during which several NBA players did their best to give the New Year greetings in heavily-accented yet serviceable and easily understood Mandarin, in unison with their Chinese fans, who each announced the wishes for the coming year in their respective local dialect. This innovative video clip celebrating the Chinese New Year drew the attention of many of the passers-by.

The event was a great first step in PEAK's efforts to showcase China's dialect culture to the world. For the second year in a row, PEAK presented a "New Year's film" in New York's Times Square. At the beginning of 2014, the Chinese sports brand had its debut there. This time, the scale and the marketing approach allowed for a massive amplification of the message.

"PEAK hopes to serve as the link between China and the world, allowing the world learn about both China's traditional culture and the country's more recent contributions to modern civilization. As an international brand born in China, PEAK has the obligation and duty to do it better," the Peak Group CEO added.

Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150216/175700

SOURCE Peak Sport Products Co., Limited

Thông Báo15 February 2015

Pháo Bông của Grucci Dùng Để Cung Cấp Bắn Pháo Bông Cấp Thế Giới Mừng Năm Mới Tết Nguyên Đán Tại Thành Phố Nữu Ước

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Fireworks by Grucci to Provide World Class Fireworks for Chinese New Year

February 17th Display Over the New York's Hudson River to be the Centerpiece of the "Largest US-China Artistic Celebration Ever"

BELLPORT, N.Y., Feb. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fireworks by Grucci continues its legacy of creating outstanding fireworks performances for the People's Republic of China by helping commemorate Chinese New Year in New York City. Part of what is being billed as the largest US-China artistic celebration ever, Fireworks by Grucci has joined the China Central Academy of Fine Arts (part of the Chinese Ministry of Culture), and Intently, a Chinese fireworks company, to produce and create a major fireworks exhibition to take place over the Hudson River on February 17th in New York City.

In addition to the Grucci 20-minute 3-barge Fireworks Spectacular, there will be major visual & performing art events taking place throughout New York from February 17-24 as part of the celebrations. Some key events include; The Chinese arts & culture events at Lincoln Center (including a public performance of the New York Philharmonic), a special Chinese Lunar Year lighting of the Empire State Building, and exhibits at the New York Historical Society Museum. "We have joined creative minds and talented teams to really accentuate this remarkable event", says Phil Grucci, I have a great appreciation for Chinese culture and we are thrilled to be producing the fireworks spectacular for this year's Chinese New Year celebration."

Known as "America's First Family of Fireworks," the internationally acclaimed entertainment production company specializes in state-of-the-art, world-class fireworks performances designed for many of the world's most special events. Grucci has produced the fireworks entertainment for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, as well as seven consecutive U.S. Presidential Inaugurations, and World's Fairs.

The "Fantastic Art China" fireworks spectacular evening program on the Hudson will be choreographed to music by the China National Symphony Orchestra and a various mix of Chinese and Western symphony orchestra compositions. The Gruccis offer the following facts and figures for their monumental fireworks performance:

Fun Facts
Executive Producer: Phil Grucci
Show Co-Producers: Scott Cooper and Christopher Carlino
Fireworks by Grucci's Chief Pyrotechnician: Ian MacKenzie
# of days to set-up- 3
# of man hours to set-up: 972
# of pyrotechnicians- 27
Largest firing Mortar – 8 inch
Music includes:
Spring Festival Overture by LI Huanzhi
Bamboo Flute Tune by BAO Yuankai
Recordings of Chinese music by the China National Symphony Orchestra.
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 6, excerpt from 5th Movement
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No. 9, excerpt from 4th Movement
Gustav Holst, The Planets, excerpt from 4th Movement, "Jupiter, Bringer of Jollity"
About Fireworks by Grucci: Holders of two Guinness World Records, Fireworks by Grucci is a sixth-generation, family-owned and operated company. Known as "America's First Family of Fireworks," the Gruccis have transformed the night skies to the delight of millions across the globe since 1850. They are world-renowned for their pyrotechnic artistry, scientific innovation, and old-fashioned values. The Grucci's gained the title for the world's "largest pyrotechnic image" at the Star Spangled Spectacular celebration in honor of the 200th Anniversary of America's National Anthem. The 600 foot high by 900 foot wide American Pyrotechnic flag was illuminated over Fort McHenry, in Baltimore, Maryland. Fireworks by Grucci remains the top choice for extraordinary performances in and around the world including; Las Vegas, NV., seven consecutive U.S. Presidential Inaugurations; the Olympic Games in Beijing, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles and Lake Placid; commemorations such as the Centennial of the Statue of Liberty and star-studded extravaganzas including the grand opening of the Atlantis Dubai and the Palm Jumeirah Island in the United Arab Emirates. On New Year's Eve 2013, a stunning performance displaying 479,651 fireworks made its debut above Dubai's iconic skyline. The Gruccis achieved their "Largest Fireworks Display" title and smashed the Guinness Book of World Record's preceding mark. Phil Grucci currently serves as President/CEO of Fireworks by Grucci, Inc. and Pyrotechnique by Grucci, Inc., the manufacturing entity of the Grucci group of companies.

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