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What they say on 'Myanmar: Through the Dragon's Brush'

China Daily | Updated: 2018-12-07 08:07
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Kuku Chai Bukuk Director of China Artists Association and representative of the artists group

Before going to Myanmar, my presumptive impression about the country was that it was isolated, and very ancient just as the documentary Samsara depicted. The opening scene of the episode featuring Bagan showed a lifeless, deserted cityscape. My impression has changed after visiting the country. It dawns on me that Myanmar is a place full of personalities, diversity and vitality. It has a combination of both ancient and modern aspects. The participating artists capture Myanmar's different sides by sketching in different cities at daytime and nighttime.

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