Netherlands Embassy and Consulates China
Wind, water and wide open spaces have shaped the Netherlands and its history. To its inhabitants, the Dutch, water has always been friend and foe. The Netherlands is a relatively small deltaic region in Western Europe. Three major rivers, the Rhine, the Meuse and the Scheldt, fan out across the country before flowing into the North Sea.
A series of inspiring and provocative speakers events organized by the Netherlands network in China focusing on creating dialogue and connecting people.
The Dutch diplomatic network to China represents Dutch citizens and Dutch interests in China. The netwerk consists of the Embassy in Beijing and Consulates-General in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing and Hong Kong, as well as six Netherlands Business Support Offices (NBSO's) in second tier cities.
September 27, 2016 Minister Schultz kicked off her visit today with a bilateral meeting at the Ministry of Water Resources.
September 22, 2016 Last Saturday, on the 17th of September, an “Aids walk” was organized on the Juewei Mountain near Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi province.
27 Aug 16 – 16 Oct 16
Participation by Dutch artists/designers Bart Hess, Imme van der Haak and Lucas Maassen.
8 Sep 16 – 30 Sep 16
Solo exhibition by Dutch artist Wessel Huisman.
9 Sep 16 – 29 Sep 16
Cities explored and reconstructed by Dutch photographer Wouter van Buuren.
12 Sep 16 – 18 Dec 16
Dutch artist Allard van Hoorn will participate in the first Yinchuan Biennale with the work 048 Urban Songline, a site-specific performance using the concept of light and darkness as a sedimentation of time and place.
23 Sep 16 – 7 Oct 16
In 2016 the Netherlands is present again at the annual Beijing Design Week. Look out for The Taikooli Sanlitun Lighting Festival, Imperial Porcelain ceramic exhibition and many more activities. Check our website later this month for more details and updates on the HLN at BJDW schedule.