Series of Cultural Exchange activities of Shangri-La in Yunnan held in the United Kingdom
Xinhua News Agency, London, November 22 (Reporter Zhang Dailei) the cultural exchange activities of "Beautiful Yunnan Shangri-La" ended in the United Kingdom on the 21st. The two-day event showed the British audience a comprehensive and three-dimensional display of the cultural charm of the ethnic minorities in Yunnan, China.
This exchange activity is carried out in the form of tourism and cultural promotion, photo exhibition, literary and artistic performance, theme discussion, musical instrument clothing performance, etc., to build a "multi-faceted, multi-angle, three-dimensional" cultural bridge for overseas understanding of China's Tibetan areas and Yunnan Tibetan areas.
It is understood that the seven local enterprises visiting Yunnan have brought Chinese intangible cultural heritage Yi embroidery, as well as thangka, Tibetan incense, Tibetan medicine, Dai embroidery, national musical instruments and other ethnic cultural products with Yunnan characteristics. These enterprises have harvested international orders during the activities and expanded the space for international cooperation.
At the opening ceremony of the event held by the National Gallery of the United Kingdom, Roger, executive deputy director of the propaganda Department of the Yunnan Provincial Party Committee, said: "I hope this event will show people from all walks of life the diversity and inclusiveness of Chinese traditional culture." Show the unique charm of excellent Chinese culture, and further continue and deepen cultural exchanges between the two countries. At the same time, I also hope to take this opportunity to deepen people-to-people exchanges between Yunnan Province in China and London, United Kingdom, and promote cooperation between the two places. "
The event was led by the propaganda Department of the Yunnan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and co-organized by the British-Chinese Association for the Promotion of Culture and Education.