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How music is serving the cause of spreading Chinese culture

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In addition to teaching, Liu Yuening, a dulcimer musician and professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, devotes much time to building knowledge of traditional Chinese music overseas. The 51-year-old helped create China’s first musical Confucius Institute in Denmark four years ago. Ever since, teachers and graduate students from the conservatory in Beijing have…

In addition to teaching, Liu Yuening, a dulcimer musician and professor at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, devotes much time to building knowledge of traditional Chinese music overseas. The 51-year-old helped create China’s first musical Confucius Institute in Denmark four years ago. Ever since, teachers and graduate students from the conservatory in Beijing have….repubhubembed{display:none;}

  • Shriya Katoch

    Music truly is the language of the soul . It is interesting to observe that people are choosing music over language ,to help people gain meaningful insight .

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