‘Lishui Three Treasures’ exhibition opens

Art & Culture
2018-07-26 17:41:57
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ On July 25, ‘Lishui Three Treasures’ exhibition of fine crafts opened at the China Cultural Center in Ulaanbaatar as the first event of the world exhibition of Chinese crafts and artworks.

The opening ceremony of the exhibition was attended by Chairman of the Citizens' Representative Khural S.Amarsaikhan, Chinese Ambassador to Mongolia Xing Haiming,  Head of the Human Resources and Social Security Bureau of Lishui city Zhang Jian as well as the Party Committee Secretary of Zhejiang province.

"Humanitarian and cultural exchanges and cooperation are vital to the development of bilateral ties and cooperation. I am confident that the exhibition will promote the development of traditional cultural relations between Mongolia and China and becomes one of the heritage and values that enhance crafts and artworks of the two countries. Also, I would like to note Ulaanbaatar city’s readiness to organize various events aimed at mutually promoting culture and history of the two countries and supporting cultural relations of the citizens” said Mr S.Amarsaikhan.

Ambassador Xing Haiming emphasized that friendly relations between Mongolia and China started long ago, saying the two countries are good friends, good neighbors, and good partners.

"During the SCO summit in Qingdao, leaders of the two countries agreed on developing partnerships and exchanging experiences in numerous sectors. Cooperation in humanitarian sector has great importance in the bilateral relationship. The ‘Lishui Three Treasures’ is the first exhibition of Chinese arts and crafts in Mongolia. The hearts and minds of the people are the basis for formulating development policies of the two countries. Additionally, I’d like to invite Mongolian artists to open their exhibition in China. This will allow Chinese people to learn more about Mongolian culture" added the Ambassador.

At the opening of the exhibition, the Chinese part presented the country’s crafts such as porcelain vases, swords and stone engravings that are to be displayed  in the National Museum of Mongolia for a long term.
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