Chinese Culture & Art Club
Chinese Culture & Art Club
|Posted by nsccac on November 2, 2018 at 12:25 AM||comments ()|
Our manager Zhang Jing received an urgent letter of from the organizer of the Liverpool 2018 Theater Festival In October. The Chinese professional team that was originally invited to participate in the closing ceremony of the festival was unable to participate in the performance due to problems with the visa to Canada! This unexpected new hit organizing committee of the festival like a thunder storm. The advertisements for the closing activities of the festival, the invitation letters for the guests, the tickets for the audience have been distributed earlier. The Lieut. Governor of N.S. has already decided to attend the closing event and watch the closing performance. The full house will be disapointed. The committee was overwhelmed. When they learned about NSCCAC, they immediately sent an email to our club, requesting to organize a program that coincides with the theatre festival to fill in the closing performance.
“Saving the field like fighting a fire”, although we are only amateur cultural performance teams, and only 8 days are left before the show, the industry's code of conduct and common philosophy require us to do everything we can to fulfil their immediate needs.
The main members of the club's executive committee quickly reached a consensus and proceeded to organize the program as requested by the inviting party. Fourteen actors served as performers for eleven programs. In order to cover a span of Chinese instruments, dance, drama, and voice, Confucius Institute erhu actors were invited into the team. An eighteen member team including volunteers of the front and back stage staff, the sound and light control was established.
Departing from Halifax in the afternoon of Oct 21, after nearly two hours of travel, th team finally arrived at the Astor theater at the scheduled time. After a simple meal, the team entered a tight and orderly performance preparation immediately, adjusting the sound, lighting, Q 2 Q, and back stage make-up. The performance officially started at 7PM.
The small theater was filled with nearly three hundred people upstairs and downstairs.
The audiences from Liverpool were fantastic. Almost all the shows received appreciation and warm applause. At the end of several shows, some people in the audience stood up and applauded for a long time, admiring the superb performance of the actors.
After the performance, all the actors and actresses came to the stage and received long-lasting applause from the audience.
The Leut. Governor and his wife watched the performance and took photos with the actors after the performance. His wife gave a thumb up to two female student actors for their wonderful performance, then hugged them side by side facing the camera lens to reveal a heartfelt smile, leaving an unforgettable memory.
Many thanks to May Garden for providing us take out for supper.
Many thanks to Fort Massey United Church for providing us continuous support of rehearsal space.
|Posted by nsccac on July 30, 2018 at 1:00 PM||comments ()|
|Posted by nsccac on March 1, 2018 at 2:20 PM||comments ()|
NSCCAC attended a series of celebration in 2018 Chinese New Year. Events include:
Jan 27, Outing with Confucious Institute.
Feb 3, Halifax three university combined Chinese New Year Celebration.
Feb 10, Pier 21 multi culture presentation.
Feb 11, Fort Massey United Church Chinese New Year celebration.
Feb 13, NS Government Chinese New Year celebration. (Partner with Confusious Institute)
Feb 17, Chinese Society New Year banquet.
Feb 18, NS Chinese Benevolent Association Chinese Year Celebration.
Please check out our Gallery and Video site.
|Posted by nsccac on February 12, 2017 at 12:30 AM||comments ()|
After NSCCAC performed in Dalhousie for the Chinese New Year and 30th anniversary for the student union on January 21, the prelude to the Spring Festival this year started. Celebration continued at the Confucius Institute at St. Mary’s University on27th evening, Chinese Society New Banquet on 28th evening, Chinese Benevolent Association New Year celebration on 29th, St. Mary International Student Spring Festival Celebration on Feb 4 and St. Mary Chinese Student Union Lantern festival Party on Feb 11. NSCCAC provided 8 performances in 3 weeks. See our photo and video galary for great moments.
|Posted by nsccac on January 24, 2017 at 3:45 PM||comments ()|
On January 22 afternoon, Partial of NSCCAC 2017 programs first appear in front of public in Pier 21. The same night, these programs participated Dalhousie 2017 Chinese New Year celebration.
|Posted by nsccac on January 24, 2017 at 3:30 PM||comments ()|
On Janurary 15th, NSCCAC had a dressed rehearsal for 2017 Chinese New Year. Leaders and representatives from several other organizations attended this performance and provided valuable feedbacks. Eastlink Magazine crews also came to make a story for NSCCAC to be on air for the week of Chinese New Year. Mr. Yao, the founder and Art Director introduced the background of our club. University Student Yilu Zheng and supportive family menber Tony Jorgensen also received interviews for this story.
|Posted by nsccac on October 26, 2016 at 3:35 PM||comments ()|
Join us to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Dalhousie’s Chinese Studies Program, celebrate Chinese culture, discover opportunities and explore Dal’s key collaborations with Chinese institutions. NSCCAC member Zhen Yilu received one of the Scholarship Award by the Chinese Education Promotion. We also provided half an hour performances after the schloarship presentation.
|Posted by nsccac on October 26, 2016 at 3:30 PM||comments ()|
|Posted by nsccac on August 5, 2016 at 12:55 AM||comments ()|
NSCCAC partnering with the Chinese Society joint the Natal Day parade. Around 50 Chinese volunteers took part in this event. The team contains a dragon dance group, a waist drum group and folk costume group. Our team presented strong Chinese culture atmasphere, received praise and cheers from audiences.
|Posted by nsccac on July 13, 2016 at 6:20 PM||comments ()|
We are part of the Dragon Festival. It is a great time for the public to get in touch with Chinese music, dance and tea culture. See more images from our galary.