Chinese New Year Gala - "China Welcomes Spring"
Celebrate the Chinese New Year with us this February as the Confucius Institute hosts the Northeast Normal University Art Troupe for a presentation of "China Welcomes Spring," a collection of modern and traditional dances, art, music, martial arts, calligraphy, and painting.
This event, held at the Cleveland Masonic and Performing Arts Center near Cleveland State University, will be open to the public. Groups, students, and members of the community are encouraged to attend. Tickets are only available online through the Cleveland State University Advancement office. Enter the promo code 'CIATCSU' before completing payment to receive $15 off your ticket price. Please print and keep your receipt, as it will serve as your ticket.
Parking is free and available at E.36 and Chester at the Key Bank and at Copy King. There is a lot next to Copy King on E.36 that is also large and free. There is also parking at the Euclid and E.36 intersection behind the closed Blue Fig Restaurant.
This performance has been sponsored by Margaret Wong and Associates, a Cleveland-based law firm specializing in immigration support for both individuals and businesses.
About the Confucius Institute at Cleveland State University
The Confucius Institute at CSU was established in August 2008 and is a partnership between Cleveland State University, the Office of Chinese Language Council International (the “Hanban”), and Beijing’s Capital University of Economics and Business.
The mission of the Confucius Institute at CSU is to enhance understanding of Chinese language, culture, and business and to promote Chinese language learning for business and commerce to the local community. The Confucius Institute at CSU also serves as a bridge connecting Cleveland State University and the local business community to Chinese institutions and organizations for academic and business purposes.