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Housewarming Ceremony held at China Institute in New York

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Housewarming Ceremony held at China Institute in New York, –  World Zen Art Center Luoseng reports

China Institute at 40 Rector Street in New York held a grand housewarming ceremony starting from 11:00 am September 12, 2015. The opening Kong Fu performance attracted a lot of people. Many parents with their children came to consult the relevant cultural activities. Activates like dance, Taichi, Chinese cooking classes and demo teaching were conducted in the newly-updated classrooms. Mr. Yixiong Gu from the World Zen Art Center was also invited to perform Zen brush painting. With the calm Zen music, ——More

Cross Culturalism on Long Island” photo exhibition opening

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What a wonderful opening of our photo exhibition we had at Nesconset Library today! The theme was “Beautiful Taiwan.” Many thanks to the amazingly talented performers and calligraphers who did such a beautiful job….and Legislator Leslie Kennedy and Suffolk Comptroller John M. KLennedy Jr. for joining us. The exhibition will remain until 5/29 and then move to Commack Library where the opening program on 6/6 will be a delightful presentation on Indian weddings. Hope you can join us! ——More

Golden Eagle Institute Zen painting classes at the school April 8, 2014.

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古一雄,字龗,藝雄,禪林畫家。法號慈古,齋名古芸閣、龗淼精舍。現任HK中國禪林畫院副院長,US世界禪藝術研究院院長,紐約金鷹學院書畫班講師。

Golden Eagle Institute Zen painting classes at the school April 8, 2014.
Zen painting courses Golden Eagle Institute in New York in the school April 8, 2014. Zen masters painting instructor is Yi-Xiong Gu. Mr. Gu is a good painting instructor. New York students enjoyed learning his Zen ink painting courses.——More

世界禪藝術研究院 World Zen Art Center established in New York, the center is a non-profit international Zen art research institution. Its target is to research and exchange Zen art. It hopes to encourage, attract and promote Zen artists from around the world. Our activities are funded mainly donations from the community. Including funds, goods, heritage and other donations. Use it to develop the goals and objectives of our center.