The aim of Project Asia is to increase Polish cultural presence in Asia, especially in China, Japan and Korea. In 2010, a rich cultural programme was carried out in China as part of this project, combining three elements: Polish Culture Days in China, the CHOPIN 2010 celebrations and a presentation of Polish culture at the World Exhibition in Shanghai (EXPO 2010 Shanghai China). The year 2011 saw a shift of focus towards Beijing and Tokyo, with activities forming part of the Cultural Programme of the Polish EU Presidency 2011. Project Asia continued in 2012 with events organized in the Republic of Korea, and in the following years we hope to mark our presence across the whole East Asia region.
From Poland to Burma: Cinema on the Road
Mobile cinema will cover over 20.000 km screening the classics of Polish cinema on the way.
DAGADANA returns to Beijing
Famous for unconventional mix of electronic and folk music Polish-Ukrainian trio will perform again in the Chinese capital.
The KDMS Again in Asia
After a two-year break, vibrant British-Polish dance and club project the KDMS returns to Asia.
Wojciech Blecharz’s Composer Workshop in Beijing
Coming April, young Polish composer will work with renowned traditional Chinese music ensemble on artistic residency in Beijing.
Hong Kong Fellowship for Arts Management Experience this year also in Poland
Krakow Festival Office and Malta Festival Poznan will host the Hong Kong Fellowship participants in 2014.
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