Tibet Holds Japanese Children's Art Show
LHASA, August 13 -- An exhibition of artwork by Japanese children was held in Lhasa on Monday.
About 124 paintings and calligraphy works were on display, made by children from the Japanese island of Hokkaido, which held an art exhibition with works by Tibetan children last year.
Kikuchi Eko, head of Japanese delegation to Tibet, said that it is the support of the Tibetan autonomous regional government and people that made the exhibition possible.
The show is sponsored by the Tibetan Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries in cooperation with Japan-China Friendship Association of Japan.
The oldest author of the works is 14, while the youngest only five. They focus on modern Japanese metropolis, traditional holidays, and environmental pollution brought about by scientific development.
-- source: Xinhua News Agency
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