Chinese and Vietnamese Women's Handicrafts On Show in Yunnan

May 7, 2014
Editor: Yulanda Wang
Chinese and Vietnamese Women's Handicrafts On Show in Yunnan
An exhibition of Chinese and Vietnamese women's traditional handicrafts was held in southwest China's Yunnan Province on April 29. [Yunnan Women's Federation / Tang Chuanbin]

An exhibition of Chinese and Vietnamese women's traditional handicrafts was held at the Museum of Honghe Prefecture in southwest China's Yunnan Province on April 29.

The exhibition was launched by the women's federation of Hani-Yi Autonomous Prefecture of Honghe. Vice President of Yunnan Women's Federation Zheng Lu and Vice President of women's federation in Lao Cai Province in Vietnam Heshi Qingyue attended the opening ceremony of the exhibition.

The exhibition showcased 202 pieces of handicrafts, including embroidery, hand-carved and handmade pieces, paper cutting, photography, calligraphy, painting and other works reflecting the work, life and pursuit of spiritual culture of women in China and Vietnam. Among them 20 are from Vietnamese women.

Before the exhibition, the Vietnamese delegation also visited a community in the Honghe Prefecture Mengzi City, Mengzi acres Pomegranate, Honghe College, Honghe Prefecture Park and the Honghe Prefecture Women's Entrepreneurship administrative center on April 27 to 28. During the visit, the two sides conducted a work exchange forum.

The exhibition will run from April 29 to May 9.

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