Australia China Friendship Society (Àodàlìyà-Zhōngguó Yǒuhǎo Xiéhuì 澳大利亚中国友好协会)|Àodàlìyà-Zhōngguó Yǒuhǎo Xiéhuì 澳大利亚中国友好协会 (Australia China Friendship Society)

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The Australia China Friendship Society promotes better cultural understanding between people of the two countries. The society sponsors lectures, tours,

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Great Britain–China Centre (Yīng-Zhōng Xiéhuì 英中协会)|Yīng-Zhōng Xiéhuì 英中协会 (Great Britain–China Centre)

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The opening ceremony of the Great Britain China Centre. The Great Britain–China Centre promotes good relations between the two nations,

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China Institute in America (Huá-Měi Xiéjìnshè 华美协进会)|Huá-Měi Xiéjìnshè 华美协进会 (China Institute in America)

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China Institute in America is a nonprofit educational and cultural institution located in New York City. It operates programs in

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Confucian Sites at Qufu (Qǔfǔ Sān Kǒng 曲阜三孔)|Qǔfǔ Sān Kǒng 曲阜三孔 (Confucian Sites at Qufu)

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Haiwang YUAN The Kong Family Mansion at Qufu in Shandong Province, also known the Family Mansion of Duke Yansheng. (Yansheng,

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Buddhism, Four Sacred Sites of (Sì Dà Fójiào Míng Shān 四大佛教名山)|Sì Dà Fójiào Míng Shān 四大佛教名山 (Buddhism, Four Sacred Sites of)

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André LALIBERTÉ Chinese visitors climb Emei Shan (Mount Emei) in Sichuan. Emei Shan is one of the most sacred sites

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