China Cultural Center in Den Haag is an official, non-profit cultural institution set up in the Netherlands by the Chinese government. It is dedicated to the communication of the ancient yet outstanding Chinese culture and the promotion of cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and the Netherlands.
Den Haag is the political center of the Netherlands and the seat of royal family, Dutch government, parliament and foreign embassies hosting scores of international organizations. Taking the advantages of convenient transportation, the Center finds itself well located at Spui 186, only a short walk from the City Hall and city’s hub brimming with cultural and artistic atmosphere.
Focusing on five basic functions, namely, “introduction to China, intellectual exchange and dialogue, culture display , teaching and training and travel promotion”, the Center is committed to striving all its efforts to be the ideal place for the high-level performances, exhibitions, academic forums as well as activities of literary translation, interactive cultural experience, tourism conference and so on . It aspires to show all-round aspects of Chinese culture, promote bilateral cultural and tourism exchanges and strengthen mutual understanding and friendship between the two countries.
Amsterdamse Veerkade 30, 2512 AJ Den Haag, the Netherlands
Tram: take tram 9, 15 or 16 from Den Haag Central station to Bierkade, and then walk around 110 meters to the destination.
Bus: take bus 22, 24, or 28 to Nieuwe Haven, and then walk around 78 meters to the destination.