An exhibition on prints and landscape in China's Chongqing municipality has opened in Auckland on Wednesday, offering visitors a great opportunity to know the unique culture in southwest China.
More than 80 local residents and guests participated in the exhibition, featured with over 80 paintings by farmers from Chongqing's Qijiang county and more than 80 photos of Nanchuan World Natural Heritage Scenery.
The event is hosted by China Cultural Center in Wellington and Chongqing Municipal Commission of Culture and Tourism Development.
New Zealand's artist Sylvia Williams said that the paintings showcased Chinese people's talent and profound Chinese civilization. She enjoyed the exhibition and would like to go to Chongqing for further exploration.