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Sunday 31 October 2021

Attention all art-loving Sydney sinophiles

The Jiangsu Art Museum from China has launched an exhibition that will run in Sydney until December.

Lovers of Chinese artworks, calligraphy and oil paintings can view "Taste Life - Exhibition of Artists' Works and Cultural Creative Products from Jiangsu Art Museum" at the China Cultural Centre until December 10.

The name was clearly conjured up by a constipated committee from the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism - but the showing will be a major attraction for sinophiles.

Since ancient times, Jiangsu, a fertile "land of fish and rice", has had a history of cultural heritage.

Exhibitions like this are deigned to boost cultural exchange and co-operation between Jiangsu and Australia and to showcase the talents of Jiangsu to people in Australia.

Jiangsu is an eastern-central coastal province of China with its capital in Nanjing. 

The Jiangsu Art Museum, formerly known as the National Art Exhibition Hall, was built in 1936 and was the first national art museum in China.

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