Chinese Culture Flower Bloom at Gardening Scotland 2018
2018/06/05

Teemed with gorgeous colours and enthralling fragrances of various floral plants, Gardening Scotland 2018 was held in sunny summer in Edinburgh on 1-3 June. As an annual gardening festival, it attracted both tourists and gardening fans. Presented by the Chinese Consulate General in Edinburgh, the Chinese Exhibition was organized by the Edinburgh Chinese Culture Association (ECCA) with features of the Suzhou Garden setting, creating a vivid landscape of "under a small bridge near a cottage a stream flows". Enriched by diversified Chinese culture displays, the Exhibition generated great interest from visitors with tea ceremony twined with Guzheng playing, calligraphy contrasted with the sound of reading by children. But most notably for the Chinese Exhibition this year is that an imitative traditional Chinese Moon Gate on display outside the Exhibition Hall.

  

Consul General Pan Xinchun and his wife were invited to the event and visited the Chinese Exhibition while chatting with the stand volunteers. He congratulated the ECCA on the success of the Chinese Exhibition and commended their arduous efforts in carrying forward the amazing traditions of the Chinese culture and promoting cultural exchanges between China and Scotland.

  
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