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观众正在用手机拍摄运用现代技术制作的工艺品《千里江山图》。.JPG 北京动物园展台上的仿真熊猫公仔大受欢迎,这款网红产品一比一仿照五月龄的明星熊猫“萌兰”制作。.JPG 两名外国观众正在吴裕泰展台感受北京的茶文化.JPG 叶画非遗传承人师亮(右)正在为观众介绍自己的“银杏叶上的中轴线”作品。.JPG 展示烤鸭、炸酱面等北京传统美食、小吃的冰箱贴.JPG
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  • A man takes pictures of an artwork based on the famous ancient Chinese painting Ten Thousand Li of Rivers and Mountains
  • A visitor scratches the chin of a stuffed giant panda
  • Visitors get a taste of Beijing's tea culture at the pavilion of the time-honored Wuyutai Tea Shop
  • Leaf painter Shi Liang introduces his series Central Axis on the Leaf
  • A fridge magnet takes inspiration from the traditional Peking duck
  • 观众正在用手机拍摄运用现代技术制作的工艺品《千里江山图》。.JPG
  • 北京动物园展台上的仿真熊猫公仔大受欢迎,这款网红产品一比一仿照五月龄的明星熊猫“萌兰”制作。.JPG
  • 两名外国观众正在吴裕泰展台感受北京的茶文化.JPG
  • 叶画非遗传承人师亮(右)正在为观众介绍自己的“银杏叶上的中轴线”作品。.JPG
  • 展示烤鸭、炸酱面等北京传统美食、小吃的冰箱贴.JPG

The China International Fair for Trade in Services, which took place in Beijing from September 2 to 6, presented a variety of cultural products that attracted a great deal of attention.

Beijing's Central Axis, a 7.8-km symbolic line running through the center of the city, was one such exhibition theme. This line features a host of ancient landmarks, including the Palace Museum, which housed China's imperial palace from 1420 to 1911.

In addition to digital multimedia exhibitions, Shi Liang, an heir to the art of leaf painting, presented his series of artworks titled Central Axis on the Leaf. He used leaves from the ginkgo trees planted at the Palace Museum as drawing paper for traditional Chinese ink painting, reflecting Beijing's vastness and beauty through fine strokes on small leaves.

At the Beijing Zoo Pavilion, the most popular items among visitors were the stuffed pandas. An exact replica of giant panda star Menglan at 5 months old on display has been a bestseller much sought after by Chinese netizens. Menglan became famous overnight in 2021 after he was caught trying to climb out of his walled garden and almost succeeded.

Many Beijing museums teamed up to exhibit their creative products at the fair, giving visitors a real taste of the capital city's rich cultural atmosphere. 

(Text and photos by Wei Yao)

Copyedited by Elsbeth van Paridon

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