Emperors, tangerines, civil servants and concubines lived in Chinese gardens. The concubines had to undergo some preparations before they were admitted. The gardens were built according to order of priority and designed with pavilions, various types of windows, paths and plants. What does this actually look like in Zurich?
Public guided tour with Liliane Hidber.
Since the Chinese garden is a triad of horticulture, architecture and poetry, animals and mythical creatures as ink drawings and ceramics are an essential component. Traditional legends – still told today – vividly reflect the diversity of the Chinese people.
Public guided tour with Manuela Zimmermann.
“Chinese Pharma Goes Global”
The University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, BaselArea.swiss and The Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce are delighted to announce the second Swiss-Chinese Life Sciences Forum to promote collaboration between Switzerland and China, in particular in the health sector and life sciences industry.