"wonderful method Tiancheng-Hosokawa Morihiro calligraphy Exhibition" opens in the National Library
Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, 14 Nov (Reporter Zhou Wei)-- "wonderful method Tiancheng-Hosokawa Morihiro calligraphy Exhibition" opened on the 14th at the National Library (National Museum of Classical Books).
A total of 46 calligraphy works by Hosokawa Morihiro, former Japanese prime minister and chairman of the Yongqing Library, are displayed in the exhibition, depicting a colorful picture of Sino-Japanese cultural exchanges to the broad audience. It shows the essence of Chinese and Japanese calligraphy art and culture.
In his speech at the opening ceremony, Minister of Culture and Tourism Kao Shugang said that Chinese characters and the way they are written have had a profound impact on Japanese culture in history. To this day, calligraphy still plays an important role in the cultural exchange between China and Japan. Today, Mr. Hosokawa Morihiro's calligraphy exhibition was held at the National Museum of Classical Books to highlight the cultural and artistic exchanges and profound cultural origins between China and Japan. We are very pleased to take this opportunity to further promote cultural exchanges between China and Japan.
Rao Quan, director of the National Library, said that in 2018, Mr. Hosokawa Morihiro donated 36 precious 4175 volumes of precious Chinese to the National Library of China free of charge, making a strong contribution to the history of Sino-Japanese friendship. This year marks the 110th anniversary of the founding of the National Library of China. The National Map held the "Exhibition on the Protection and inheritance of Classical Books of Chinese traditional Culture", in which the representative Chinese nationality donated by the Yongqing Library is also on display.
It is reported that in the next two years, the national map will also hold Hosokawa Morihiro art creation exhibition and Yongqing library collection exhibition one after another, which will add another chapter to strengthening Sino-Japanese cultural exchanges and enhancing Sino-Japanese friendship.
The exhibition will run until December 15.