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Asian Culture Carnival Took Place In China!

Written by Van Yang

On May 15, the Asian Culture Seminar took place in Beijing. As one of the important activities of the conference, the “Asian Culture Carnival” was unveiled at the National Stadium “Bird’s Nest”.
The “Asian Culture Carnival” was hosted by the Central Radio and Television General Station and kicked off in the symphony interactive chorus “Our Asia.” “Our Asia” is an Asian orchestra composed of the China Symphony Orchestra, the Central Opera Symphony Orchestra and musicians from many Asian countries. The event site is a perfect blend of passionate singing, cheerful dance steps, and instrumental music, and the beauty of Chinese culture and the light of Asian civilizations are combined to present the unique beauty of each country’s culture. These “beauty and the United States” programs not only set up a bridge of friendship for artists from all over the world, but also set up a platform for enhancing the understanding and friendship of the people of all countries in Asia.
“I am especially honored and very proud! China can initiate and successfully host this conference. I am able to come to the Asian Civilization Dialogue Carnival Party tonight, feel the charm of civilization and art from nearly 50 countries and regions, and feel the dialogue, exchange and openness of civilizations in Asia and the world!” said Wang Haowei, a student from the Electronic Information Engineering Department of North China University of Technology, as he watched the performance of the carnival on the spot. He was very excited. He believed that the power of civilization and culture would promote harmony and common development.

There were also some star figures at the “Carnival” party. Jackie Chan (Hong Kong, China), Zhang Yixing, Lang Lang, Zhang Jie, Chen Weiwei (Hong Kong, China), and Zheng Zhixun (Korea), Wang Lihong (USA), Du Shi Qinghua (Vietnam), Lin Junjie (Singapore), Eden Huolan (Israel) And other literary celebrities have staged. In addition, the Italian singer Andrea Bocelli also sang “Nessun Dorma” at the carnival, which means “no one sleeps tonight.” In the unique and ingenious stage design and passionate stage performance, the beautiful flower of Asian civilization blooms in the sky above the “Bird’s Nest”.


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