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Xinhua | Updated: 2019-04-27 09:30
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Dancers from the Chinese Gansu Dance Theater perform in a dance drama in the Ram Colosseum cultural center in Budapest in 2018. [Photo/Xinhua]

Artworks and performances go on tour, delighting audiences, ahead of 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations.

Flourishing cultural exchanges have been held in China and Hungary to promote mutual understanding between the two nations in recent years.

The Beijing Film and TV International Show lifted the curtain in Budapest, Hungary, on April 23. The show kicked off with performances prepared by Hungarian dancers and pop singers, before showing trailers of Chinese productions.

"Within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative, more and more Chinese film and TV productions have become accessible for Hungarians," said Wang Wei, director of planning and development for the Beijing Municipal Radio and Television Bureau.

"This kind of cultural exchange can facilitate interpersonal bonds between Hungarian and Chinese and will create a solid base for further cooperation between the two countries," he stressed.

Maria Pap, an official from the Hungarian National Tourist Office, said: "Budapest is a very important tourist attraction and destination here in Central Europe. I am delighted to see more and more Chinese tourists coming to Hungary."

It was one of many events to demonstrate Chinese culture and China's unique landscapes to Hungarian people in recent times.

Organized by Beijing's culture and tourism bureau, a promotional event named Charming Beijing was held in Budapest in March. Representatives from the bureau hosted in-depth discussions with local tourism businesses aiming to further expand partnerships. Forty images of historical landmarks in Beijing including the Forbidden City and the Great Wall were displayed.

Organized by the Hungarian-Chinese Cultural Association, a three-day Chinese Spring Festival celebration took place in Hungary in January with the support of the Chinese embassy in Hungary.

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