China Week in New Zealand reveals secrets of Dunhuang

Chinaculture.org | Updated: 2018-06-22 16:09
A Shandong puppet show is performed at the opening ceremony for the exhibition Let's Dunhuang - Cultural Experience from Dunhuang with Innovation on June 8, 2018. [Photo provided to Chinaculture.org]

The just-concluded China Week: Inheritance and Innovation showed cultural products from Dunhuang - home to the famed Mogao Caves - in Northwest China's Gansu province, at the Wellington Central Library in New Zealand.

The weeklong event was highlighted by an exhibition titled Let's Dunhuang - Cultural Experience from Dunhuang with Innovation and the workshop Echoes of Dunhuang, where visitors could not only learn the history and culture of Dunhuang via displays of photos and videos, but were also able to try their hands at making lipstick in a Dunhuang-themed shade of orange.

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