Cambodian Royal Eyes on Wuxi Culture

February 22, 2019
Editor: Lei Yang
Cambodian Royal Eyes on Wuxi Culture
Calligraphy works of the Chinese character "Fu", meaning happiness and good luck, are presented to Cambodian Princess Norodom Buppha Devi (center, right) during the Experience China-Jiangsu Culture Week in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Feb. 18. [Xinhua]

Cambodian Royal Eyes on Wuxi Culture

An inheritor of one of the national cultural heritages shows her works and skill at Wuxi paper-cutting during the Experience China-Jiangsu Culture Week in Cambodia, Feb. 18. Huishan clay figurines, liuqing bamboo cravens, Wuxi Embroidery and erhu performances are exhibited, as well traditional Chinese culture. [Xinhua]

Cambodian Royal Eyes on Wuxi Culture
A dance drama entitled "Nan Guo Hong Dou" is staged as the first event of the Experience China-Jiangsu Culture Week on Feb. 18 in Cambodia. Telling a love story set in Cambodia's Sihanoukville special economic zone and based on true events, the drama was performed by the Wuxi Song and Dance Troupe. [Xinhua]

 

(Source: chinadaily.com.cn)

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