Beijing exhibition spotlights traditional Chinese studies | Updated: 2024-02-07 16:31
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Qiu Liye, manager of the Guandeqin Study, performs guqin, a seven-stringed Chinese zither, at an exhibition featuring Chinese studies at the Beijing Books Building on Feb 3, 2024. [Photo provided to]

Visitors can also take part in activities such as writing Spring Festival couplets, praying for blessings, posing for photos in hanfu, a traditional Chinese style of clothing, enjoying lanterns, and tasting tea.

On show are also thousands of study furnishings from more than 60 intangible cultural heritage inheritors and brands specializing in cultural and creative products in China.

The exhibition was created in the hope of serving as a bridge connecting the past, the present, and the future, showcasing the romantic lifestyle of the Chinese and spreading wisdom of the outstanding historical figures, according to the organizers.

Ye Dingrui contributed to the story.

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