On Saturday January 28, Champong is back by popular demand!
CHAMPONG! January 28, 7pm at Centre Culturel Pouya, 48 quai de Jemmapes, Paris 10th arrondissement.
For this special event, we are celebrating the launch of Cho Mi Jin’s latest book From France, I see Korea. Living in France for 16 years and married to a French national, whom she met at Sydney, she opens a door between Korea and France. Through her writing, she shares with her Korean compatriots, the daily life in Paris that she has witnessed and has experienced. The comparisons between the two cultures provide a critical view of the political situation in Korea… without ever betraying her profound affection for her native country.
In her book, she objectively interrogates the quality of the daily life in Korea, as a result of its political decision-making, by offering specific comparisons with France.
The evening will serve up a one-time only performance Champong, which means a spicy mix of cultures in a soup in Korean, where we will start with invited musicians who will then be joined by Abbas Bakhtiari, and Iranian Daf master, as well as other surprise musical guests. To add to the mix, we will have dancers and mimes including Won Kim, Adèle Frantz, Charly Labourier, Hanako Danjo, Thilina Pietro and Janice Zadrozynski.
As you might have surmised by now, the evening promises plenty of surprises.
We hope that you will join us in this boiling hot experience of artistic encounter in search of euphoria through experimentation.
After the show, we hope you will join us for diner of delicious Iranian cuisine prepared by the Centre Culturel Pouya, and to continue the exchange.
Rendez-vous on January 28 at 7pm at Centre Culturel Pouya!
Centre Culturel Pouya
48 bis Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
January 28, 2017
15 € general admissions / 10€ students
Reservations : 01 42 08 38 47
After the show:
Iranian Dinner Menu
From 8€ to 15€ per person
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