Ritual Held in Bangkok to Pay Tribute to Chinese Sea Goddess Mazu

November 16, 2019
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

THAILAND-BANGKOK-CHINA-MAZU-CULTURAL EXCHANGES

Photo taken on Nov. 15, 2019 shows a ritual to pay tribute to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu in Bangkok, Thailand. The statue of Chinese sea goddess Mazu arrived in Thailand on Thursday for cultural exchanges. "Mazu plays the role of a cultural bond in connecting the peoples of China and Southeast Asian countries along the ancient Maritime Silk Road," said Zhou Jinyan, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Mazu Cultural Exchange Association. Prior to this trip, Mazu visited Singapore and Malaysia in 2017. She also traveled to Manila, the Philippines in 2018. [Xinhua/Wei Peiquan]

 

THAILAND-BANGKOK-CHINA-MAZU-CULTURAL EXCHANGES

Photo taken on Nov. 15, 2019 shows a ritual to pay tribute to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu in Bangkok, Thailand. The statue of Chinese sea goddess Mazu arrived in Thailand on Thursday for cultural exchanges. "Mazu plays the role of a cultural bond in connecting the peoples of China and Southeast Asian countries along the ancient Maritime Silk Road," said Zhou Jinyan, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Mazu Cultural Exchange Association. Prior to this trip, Mazu visited Singapore and Malaysia in 2017. She also traveled to Manila, the Philippines in 2018. [Xinhua/Wei Peiquan]

 

THAILAND-BANGKOK-CHINA-MAZU-CULTURAL EXCHANGES

Photo taken on Nov. 15, 2019 shows a ritual to pay tribute to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu in Bangkok, Thailand. The statue of Chinese sea goddess Mazu arrived in Thailand on Thursday for cultural exchanges. "Mazu plays the role of a cultural bond in connecting the peoples of China and Southeast Asian countries along the ancient Maritime Silk Road," said Zhou Jinyan, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Mazu Cultural Exchange Association. Prior to this trip, Mazu visited Singapore and Malaysia in 2017. She also traveled to Manila, the Philippines in 2018. [Xinhua/Wei Peiquan]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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