Orienteering challenge and handicrafts bazaar held to promote traditional culture

The events are part of the Shanghai Citizens Art Festival, which was initiated in March 2013. 
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Young people dressed in traditional outfits take part in the orienteering competition.

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Shanghai Citizens Art Festival hosted an orienteering challenge and a handicrafts bazaar yesterday to promote traditional Chinese culture.

Dressed in traditional Han costumes, orienteering fans visited a few cultural venues including Shanghai Library, Shanghai Film Museum, Xu Guangqi Memorial Hall and Zhang Leping's Former Residence.

The last stop of was the Shanghai Mass Art Center, where a handicrafts bazaar was held for local residents and expats.

Folk artists displayed porcelain carving art, stencil printing technique and presented classic excerpts of traditional Chinese operas.

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Ukrainian teacher Yuriy Pasichnyk (right) teaches local citizens how to make mosaic paste.


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