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Chinese paintings displayed in Cambodia to promote cultural ties

Updated: 2016-01-13 14:08:17

( Xinhua )

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More than 40 pieces of Chinese paintings and calligraphy were displayed in Phnom Penh on Jan 11 aimed at promoting cultural ties between China and Cambodia, an organizer said.

Wang Baoxin, director of China Culture and Art Research Institute, said some 11 Chinese artists showcased their works at the one-day event, held at the Beijing International Academy in Phnom Penh.

"The exhibition is aimed to exchange cultural relations between China and Cambodia,"he said.

"Through the event, I'm confident that Cambodian people will better understand about Chinese paintings and calligraphy."

He said the exhibition will next head to Vientiane, Laos on Jan. 17.

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