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Good neighbor, good relations-Cultural exchanges create ties between China and South Korea

2014-07-10 09:41:43



A still from the film Late Autumn starring Tang Wei (Right) and Hyun Bin [Photo/]

Paintings of (from Left) Lenin, Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping and Che Guevara by Lee Jin-hyu are on display as part of the exhibition Drawing Time - China's Fragmented Thoughts, Dreams and Reality being held at the Korean Cultural Center in Beijing. [Photo/]

One of the most exciting and attention catching pieces of news on the Chinese Internet last week was no doubt the announced engagement between Chinese actress Tang Wei and South Korean film director Kim Tae-yong. Just like the couple, the relationship between the couple's respective countries also seems to be experiencing a "honeymoon" period with Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to South Korea on July 3 and 4.

Culture often makes the best ambassador, something that can easily be seen from the increasingly close relationship between the two neighbors brought about by an increasing number of cultural exchanges and closer communication in recent years.

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