A photographic exhibition will be making its debut in Latvia from 9 to 10 May, dedicated to the diverse lifestyles and customs of Chinese ethnic minorities. The works presented in the exhibition inform about the customs of Tibetans, Uighurs, Mongols and other Chinese ethnic minorities that have been cultivated and maintained over several centuries, as well as the values that these nations continually transmit to future generations become.
The exhibition was opened today by Mr SUN Yinglai, Chargé d’affaires ai of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Latvia and Mr Tang Yulap, Chair of the Association Suisse of the Commercants d’Origine Chinoise. The invited guests included state officials, entrepreneurs, faculty and students from the Faculty of Asian Studies of the University of Latvia as well as representatives of Chinese cultural institutions in Latvia. The photo exhibition was opened with traditional Chinese music and the artist Maria Zhang offered an insight into the classical Chinese craftsmanship of calligraphy and offered interested participants the opportunity to try under the guidance of the artist herself Chinese calligraphy art.
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The photo exhibition will take place on May 9, between 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm, and on May 10 , from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm in the Beta Hall on the second floor of the Radisson Blu Latvija, as well as on the 9th and 10th May be visited free of charge at the Radisson Blu Ridzene from 10:00 to 18:00.
The exhibition presents 64 works by well-known Chinese photographers. The sense of belonging of the photographers to these nations makes their photographs true reflections of everyday life. The works presented in this exhibition are selected by the Association Suisse of the Commercants d’Origine Chinoise. The photographs convince with penetrating beauty and let their viewers recognize the undisputed splendor of Chinese natural landscapes. But through the camera lens, the photographer has betrayed his feelings, the emotions of his nation, the grandeur of China’s nature. Photographs are one of many ways to demonstrate China’s diversity, documenting the process of change currently taking place in the country.
The exhibition in Latvia has been organized by Real Media International Co., Ltd. It is supported by the Association Suisse of the Commercants d’Origine Chinoise, which was founded in 2008 in Switzerland with the help of the Swiss Embassy in China. The Association Suisse of the Commercants d’Origine Chinoise brings entrepreneurs from China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwantogether in Switzerland, as well as representatives of Chinese and foreign organizations. The association aims to strengthen cooperation and communication between companies and entrepreneurs and to create a platform for Chinese entrepreneurs in Switzerland, enabling them to participate in government-related processes and legal processes.
SOURCE Real Media International Co., Ltd