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Exhibition showcases tea and wine culture

2014-05-20 10:31:29



Layout of a tea house during China's Ming Dynasty is on display at Beijing Yishu 8, May 15, 2014. [Photo by Bi Nan/]

An exhibition held by Beijing Yishu 8 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sino-French friendship will run through July 16. A variety of tea utensils and wine vessels, as well as multimedia works are now on display to showcase tea and wine cultures in China and France. Famous connoisseur Ma Weidu, Jean-Paul Desroches, curator of the exhibition and other experts on tea and wine cultures attended the opening of the exhibition and shared with the public their knowledge on the cultures.

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