Exhibition Features Chinese Family Names

June 4, 2019
By Wang RuEditor: Ling Xiao
A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily]

 

A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily]

 

A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily]

 

A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily/Wang Ru]

 

A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily/Wang Ru]

 

A sculpture exhibition of Chinese family names, which opened on May 18 and runs through July 21, is introducing Chinese family culture at the Overseas Chinese History Museum of China. Bronze sculptures of 101 Chinese family names made by sculptor Li Tinggui are on display, showing names are a bond connecting Chinese people all over the world. [For China Daily/Wang Ru]

 

Sculptor Li Tinggui. [For China Daily/Wang Ru]

 

(Source: chinadaily.com.cn)

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