Shandong fine artworks shine at China-Mauritius Art Exhibition
April 15 marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-Mauratian diplomatic relations, and to celebrate the remarkable event, an art exhibition kicked off via an online platform the same day.
More than 40 fine art works created by artists from the two countries are on display, all of which boast extensive contents, various themes and diverse styles. Different Shandong elements are shining at the exhibition, including the Shandong Confucius Temple, the Yellow River, Mount Tai, and the Grand Canal.
China and Mauritius established diplomatic ties on April 15, 1972, and over the past 50 years, the two countries have supported each other and strengthened economic and trade cooperation, setting an example of win-win cooperation in Africa. Cooperation between the two countries in areas such as culture, education and tourism has also been expanded and promoted.
A painting named The Cultural Eastern Mountain is on display at the ongoing China-Mauritius Art Exhibition, which kicked off on April 15 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-Mauratian diplomatic relations. [Photo/WeChat account: culturalink]
The Mauritius Church with its red roof is a landmark in the country. [Photo/WeChat account: culturalink]