The Chinese Spring Festival is approaching, and the Chinese New Year reception in Sweden was held in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. More than a thousand people including Swedish government officials and people from all walks of life, foreign envoys in Sweden, overseas Chinese in Sweden, representatives of Chinese-funded institutions, and international students attended the event. On that day, the century-old Stockholm Concert Hall was decorated with lights and decorations. The "Auspicious Dragon" lantern customized-made by Haitian Culture with exclusively authorized the "Happy Chinese New Year" auspicious dragon image by the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism, as well as the classic Chinese zodiac lanterns complement each other in the hall and are lifelike, attracting guests to enjoy group photos.
Successively, the "Nihao! China" ice sculpture and lantern exhibition opened in Oslo, the capital of Norway, another Nordic city. This exhibition is hosted by the Chinese Embassy in Norway and will last until February 14. Coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Norway, the Zigong lanterns provided by Haitian Culture featuring seahorses, polar bears, dolphins and other marine animals on display, as well as the Harbin ice sculptures that have become popular this year, have attracted many local people to appreciate them as representatives of Chinese cultural symbols. It has become another bridge connecting the Norwegian people and the colorful culture of China.
Post time: Jan-31-2024