China Cultural Heritage Week starts off in Islamabad

The cultural exhibition is free to visit and will last till 14th of July

A cultural heritage week about China’s culture has just started in the capital city of Islamabad. The cultural exhibition will offer Pakistani’s a chance to see the diverse culture of their neighbors through artwork such as modern folk painting, bird worm seal script, paper cutting, dough modeling and ceramic handicrafts.

The cultural heritage week is taking place at the PNCA (Pakistan National Council of the Arts) in Islamabad.

Visitors to the exhibition will also be provided with a chance to directly converse with the cultural heritage experts from China who will be present throughout the exhibition.


The cultural exhibition was launched with the help of Ambassador of China to Pakistan on the 7th of July. During his speech, the ambassador assured that the exhibition will be a great opportunity for Pakistanis to better access the culture of China in order to improve mutual understanding between the two nations.

Intangible cultural heritage means the practices, representations, and expressions, as well as the associated knowledge and the necessary skills that are part of cultural heritage. The vitality of culture lies in the inheritance and innovation, just the same as the theme of this cultural week. – Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong


Apart from Chinese artwork in the exhibition, the Urdu version of the Chinese book ‘Contemporary Chinese Short Stories’ will also be available to read.

During the launch ceremony of the exhibition, Chinese master art craftsman also showed a glimpse of how the art has been produced for the cultural week.

Location and entry to the China Cultural Heritage Week Exhibition

The cultural heritage week is taking place at the PNCA (Pakistan National Council of the Arts) in Islamabad. The entry to the exhibition is free.


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