The "Polish Poems under Chinese Pen and Ink" calligraphy exhibition was held at the Polish Embassy in China on the evening of October 20th. The calligraphy works presented to the Polish ambassador to China Wojciech Zajaczkowski by five calligraphers Gedimaga, Hong Houtian, Zeng Laide, Chen Shibin, and Cheng Xinglin were on display. Guests spent a wonderful night learning Chinese and Polish poetry.
Mr. Jan Jerzy Malicki, Director of the Cultural Office of the Polish Embassy in China, presided over the event
His Excellency Wojciech Zajaczkowski, Polish Ambassador to China, delivered the opening remarks
Professor Zhao Gang, vice president of Beijing Foreign Studies University, introduced two great poets, Cheslaw Milosz and Wislawa Szymborska, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1980 and 1996 respectively. Their Chinese poems were displayed in the form of calligraphy by Chinese calligraphers.
Professor Zhao Gang and Mrs. Izabelli Zajaczkowskiej, the ambassador's wife, recited poems in Chinese and Polish respectively.
Mr. Krzysztof Florczyk, the diplomat of the embassy, played a Chopin piano peace
Mr. Jidi MaJia, Vice Chairman of the Chinese Writers Association, delivered a speech and introduced the calligraphy works
Guests viewing the exhibition
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