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Chinese, foreign youngsters experience Chinese culture

www.ehangzhou.gov.cn| Updated: March 7, 2023 L M S


The event features hosts from six different countries. [Photo/hangzhou.com.cn]

An art performance and a concert were held at the Qiantang Roller Skating Center and Xizi Concert Hall, respectively, in Hangzhou on March 6 to mark the 200-day countdown to the 19th Asian Games.

The event, titled "Cross-Cultural Exchange Ambassadors for the Asian Games," was co-hosted by the organizing committee of the 2022 Asian Games and the Center for Cross-Cultural Exchange between China and Foreign Countries under the Ministry of Education.

The event aimed to enhance the influence of Chinese culture and tell more Chinese stories to the world.

More than 1,300 teachers and students from 36 primary and secondary schools in 22 provinces and cities participated in the art performance and cultural exchange activities held at the Asian Games venues.

The event also featured hosts from six different countries, such as Azerbaijan, South Korea, Japan, Russia, and Malaysia.

Liza, a Russian host, said she felt honored to be invited and has been studying Chinese diligently for years.

"I want to share the beauty of Chinese tradition with those who come to watch the Asian Games," Liza said.


A performance featuring Tang Dynasty (618-907) culture is staged during the event on March 6. [Photo/hangzhou.com.cn]

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