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'Future World' International Youth Art Exhibition held in Tajikistan


The 2024 'Future World' International Youth Art Exhibition kicked off at the National Museum in Tajikistan's capital city Dushanbe on Thursday. The event is jointly organized by the government of Tajikistan and China, and supported by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The event is held to promote more exchanges among youths from member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and to encourage more understanding of cultural diversity and more dialogue through artistic creation.

The 'Future World' painting exhibition features over 200 artworks by young artists from 26 countries, combining physical and digital formats. The young artists express their unique insights and creativity on topics including peace, ecology, technology, development, civilization, etc.

Ji Shumin, the Chinese Ambassador to Tajikistan, and Safarzoda Anvar, a representative of the Tajikistan government, along with more than 800 attendees, participated in the opening ceremony. The guests also enjoyed a performance by youths from China and Tajikistan, covering folk dances and traditional music of the two countries.

The "Future World" International Youth Art Exhibition was first initiated by the China Intercontinental Center in 2023. Two exhibitions were held at UNESCO headquarters in November 2023 and April 2024. It has become a high-level artistic event with a broad range of artwork and significant international influence.

(Cover via VCG)

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