Preparation work advances for Northeast Asia Art Expo
Updated : 2019-07-17
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Preparation work for the second Northeast Asia Art Expo -- a platform designed to boost regional culture cooperation and exchanges -- is currently underway in Harbin, in northeastern Heilongjiang province, organizers said.
The event will run from July 17-21.
This year’s expo has as its theme “opening-up, sharing, cooperation and mutual benefits” – focusing an event that is expected to boost cultural exchanges and cooperation between Harbin and countries in the Northeast Asia region.
The main host site of the expo covers an area of 30,000 square meters, comprising the 15,000 square-meter hall A and the 15,000 sq m hall B. A total of eight exhibition areas featuring exhibitions on digital culture, animation games, multimedia e-sports and fine art works will be set up.
“We hope more young people will be drawn to the expo”, said a director of the event, who was giving information on the exhibition areas involving an e-sports competition and animation.
A special exhibition area will be set up for Taiwan for the first time, to showcase art works and creative design works created by five Taiwan craftsmen and 10 Taiwan enterprises.
Additionally, other sub host sites will be set up in the city, including in the Harbin Culture Creative Building, the Yu Zhixue Art Gallery, the Harbin International Oil Painting Trade Center and the Harbin Beer Museum.
To date the stands for Japan, India and France, are among those that have been completed.
Exhibits for the expo will arrive in Harbin on July 15-16.
Exhibition stands of Japan and North Korea at the second Northeast Asia Art Expo are under construction.[Photo/MY399.COM]
An exhibition area featuring potteries produced in Jingdezhen of East China’s Jiangxi province at the second Northeast Asia Art Expo. [Photo/MY399.COM]
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