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The art exhibition named Golden Agreement-Chinese and Japanese Culture Exchange will kick off in October

By 2021 年 10 月 4 日 / 最新消息





The Hwa Kang Museum of Chinese Culture University (CCU) will hold an exhibition of calligraphy and paintings of renowned artists of the Ming and Qi Dynasty and contemporary Chinese and Japanese artists. The exhibited items are provided by the National Museum of History, HCS Calligraphy Arts Foundation, and National Tsing Hua University. These rarely seen masterpieces can now be found in the Hwa Kang Museum from October 4 this year to January 4, 2022. HCS Calligraphy Arts Foundation is showing several rare pieces that are unveiled to the public for the first time. Be sure to visit the museum to view them. Admission is free.

According to Chinese Culture University, “Gold Agreement” comes from the Chinese Classic book, Tales of the World, which means a lifelong friendship. The name of the exhibition indicates the important cultural exchange activities among Chinese and Japanese artists from Yuan, Qi Dynasty to modern times.

Dr. Rubing Yang, professor of National Tsing Hua University, selected 40 pieces of artworks of Chinese and Japanese artists. He is giving a speech in Hwa Kang Lecture Hall at 10 a.m. on October 4. The opening ceremony of the exhibition will be held on November 6th. Other talks are scheduled for November, please visit the website for more information:

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