Vietnamese lacquer painting exhibition opens in China
Forty lacquer paintings by 26 popular painters from the capital city of Hanoi are being showcased at the Vietnamese contemporary lacquer painting exhibition 2011 opening in Beijing, China on April 22.
Speaking at the ceremony,
attended by Nguyen Trung Nhat, Deputy Director of the Fine Arts and
Photography Department, under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and
Tourism of Vietnam, along with Chinese officials and guests, Vietnamese
Envoy to China Nguyen Vinh Quang affirmed that the exhibition is a
periodical fine arts event that will further strengthen traditional
friendship between Vietnam and China.
It will also promote cultural exchange and cooperation in all fields,
and foster the comprehensive strategic cooperation partnership between
the two countries, he said.
The exhibition conveys a message of friendship and solidarity to viewers
and all the Chinese people, and aims to raise the relationship between
the two countries to a higher level.