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Bridging the culture gap

2014-07-03 10:38:38

(China Daily USA)


Cai Wu (second from left), China's Minister of Culture, visited the Chinese Garden at Huntington Library together with Che Zhaohe (second from right), cultural consul of Consulate General of China in Los Angeles, on Tuesday in San Marino, California. He was reading an article about T. June Li, curator of Chinese Garden, in the June 27 China Daily that he received from the library. He told Suzy Moser (right), assistant vice-president for advancement of Huntington Library, that he recognized the contribution the Huntington Library has made to bridge cultures between the US and China. [Photo / Provided to China Daily]

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