Seal carving exhibition explores Beijing Winter Olympics

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Editor’s note: A collection of over 350 Winter Olympic-themed seal carving works is currently on display at the China Millennium Monument Art Museum. Created by engraving professionals and people from all walks of life across China, these works review key milestones in the Game’s bidding and preparation phase and highlight China’s commitment to engage 300 million people in winter sports.

The exhibition is divided into seven segments: the guiding principle of the Winter Games, its bidding and preparation work, support from overseas, COVID-19 countermeasures, China’s participation in the Winter Games, Winter Olympic knowledge, and the development of winter sports in China.

The exhibition aims to popularize Winter Olympic knowledge and promote the inheritance of the Olympic spirit via a traditional Chinese craft.

Seal carving exhibition explores Beijing Winter Olympics
A visitor takes a photo of a seal carving calligraphy work at the exhibition in Beijing on Jan. 20, 2022. [Photo by Zhu Bochen/China.org.cn]
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