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China, Japan and South Korea artists arrange flowers in summer

Chinaculture.org | Updated: 2017-06-23 14:36

China, Japan and South Korea artists arrange flowers in summer

Two visitors look at Chinese artist Wang Suizhi's flower arrangements at the Third Art Exchanges on Flower Arrangements, Tokyo, Japan, June 15, 2017. [Photo/Chinaculture.org]

The third Art Exchanges on Flower Arrangements was held in the China Cultural Center in Tokyo, Japan, on June 15.

The event, launched in 2015, was first held in Beijing and in then Seoul in 2016. It was designed to enhance the cultural exchanges of China, Japan and South Korea, and annually highlights the charm of flower arrangements to youngsters from the three nations. The event was also created to encourage the younger generation to talk about culture and education.

Lu Sishe, vice president of the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, attended the third event, along with about 70 officials and representatives from China, Japan and South Korea.

Lu said the 2,000-year friendship and cultural exchange among the three countries were aesthetically recorded in flower arrangements.

At the time of the Chinese Intangible Cultural Heritage Week, Chinese artist Wang Suizhi introduced the history and development of China's flower arrangements.

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