50 best photos of 'Just Share It - Explore Asian Arts and Culture Contest' go on display

About 50 photo entries for "Just Share It - Explore Asian Arts and Culture Contest" went on display as part of the 14th Asia Arts Festival at the 1916 Art Zone in Quanzhou, Fujian province, in November.The photos on display were selected based on a grueling selection process and tough discussions by a panel of experts as well as online votes, after the three-month contest. The event invited Internet users from all over the world to explore the beauty of Asian arts and culture in photos and videos and it attracted a series of entries and posts from across 10 countries and regions, including China, the US, Germany, Vietnam, India and South Korea.

China: The dragon has awakened, and I follow its flight into my dreams


Pakistani marriage customs






A glimpse into Sri Lanka


Beauty of Asia






A day at Olympic Park


Moments in Asia arts


Indonesian Ambassador: Our cultures and traditions are diverse and colorful

Soegeng Rahardjo, Ambassador of Indonesia to China, explains the construction of Indonesian's diverse and rich cultures and traditions and exemplifies some of the art forms that represent the country.

Diplomats show their love for Asia Arts Festival

The 14th Asian Arts Festival went online in Quanzhou, Fujian province on Sunday and diplomats from eight Asian countries gave special gift for its launch.

Counselor of Myanmar Embassy: Myanmar has 'ten flowers' of traditional art forms

Nyein Nyein Myint, Counselor of the Myanmar Embassy to China, indicates the beauty of different traditional art forms and displays their culture.

Minister Counselor of Mongolia: Diversity and the richness of Asian cultures will be unforgettable

Battsetseg Tuvshintugs, Minister Counselor of Mongolia to China, presents the uniqueness of Mongolian culture and expresses her expectations on the coming event.

Korean Minister Counselor: I like South Korean food culture the most

Kim Jin-gon, Minister Counselor of the South Korean Embassy to China and head of the Korean Cultural Center, interprets the significance of the cultural event under China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative.

Philippine Ambassador: Our culture is an interesting amalgamation of past colonial influences

Here Erlinda F. Basilio, Ambassador of the Philippines to China, introduces some distinguished aspects of their rich and vibrant culture

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Organizing Committee

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