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Creative design week kicks off in Fuzhou

2014-08-15 09:57:28




As a traditional form of art in Fuzhou, bodiless lacquerware is widely used in the artworks displayed in the exhibition hall at 75 Nan Jie Street. The exhibition will last until August 19.

Liao Boqing, a representative designer of Taiwan, addressed a short speech at the opening ceremony. “Culture is a core value, industry is a channel of transmission, while creative thinking is a link for those two. All three elements are essential,” said Liao.

He considered the design week a platform for designers from both sides of the Taiwan Straits to communicate with each other and share experiences.

He Jingyan, a member of the Fuzhou municipal Party committee and minister of the publicity department, presented the certificates to the award-winning designers.

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