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  • "Global Innovation Summer School" open for application

    Application is now open for 10th -12th grade high school students for one of the most innovative summer school programs available in the triangle region jointly organized by experts and engineers from NC State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Duke and Research Triangle Park. The 2016 Global innovation Summer School is a 3 week hands-on experience with world leaders in innovation, data science and information technology to develop critical thinking and creative problem-solving skills for real-world problems of the 21st century. The objective is to produce 21st century innovative talents by enhancing the creativity of the young minds through stimulating seminars and fun filled research activities. For more information and start the application, plesae visit the Summer School Program Description and Application Form. and email it to Ms. Bella Wang at:

  • Upcoming event: The 36 Raleigh Arts Festival and 2nd Raleigh China Arts Festival will be held in downtown Raleigh on May 20-22, 2016. For more information about Raleigh Arts Festival/Raleigh China Arts Festival and to submit your entry, contact: Ms. Megan Wang, email:

  • Carolina China Council will provide assistance to China Folk Artists Association and North America Chinese Folk Artists Association in the establishment of a Chinese Folk Arts Center in North Carolina (Photo taken at the press conference on October 1, 2015).

  • China Arts Festival coming to Raleigh Artsplosure2015. An all-star performing arts group led by famous Chinese singer Maddam Guan Mucun will present a world class music, dance and opera showcase at Raleigh's Meymandi Concert Hall at 7:30 PM on May 17.

  • New sister cities under consideration: Xiangtan, Hunan Province and Yixing, Jiangsu Province seek sister cities in North Carolina. Yixing, Jiangsu and Sanford, NC are in late-stage discussions to become sister cities, whereas Xiangtan is in early stage exploratory discussions with several candidate cities in North Carolina. We welcome your suggestions and participation in developing new sister cities between North Carolina and China.

  • Cultural Center Announcing the new NC Chinese Cultural Center: On Nov. 1, CCC announced the plan to establish a nonprofit Chinese Cultural Center in RTP. The Center will initially lease space in the proposed NC Chinatown in Morrisvlle near the RDU Airport being developed by F&K Partners. The Cultural Center has already being heavily utilized by local Chinese community groups for activities from Chinese art exhibits, dancing and singing activities, and community gatherings. We welcome your support and suggestions.

  • Education Exchange Winter Camps planned for February 2015: Two winter camps for middle and high schoolars, one focuses on table tennis exchanges and the other on martial arts and self-defense are planned for February 1-12, 2015. These camps, which will be held in North Carolina, are designed for 8-12 graders and their parents from China. Application deadline is Dec. 10, 2014. For more information contact: Maggie Zhang at

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