Timaru mayor Janie Annear, education consulor Li Yucai of Chinese Cousulate Gerneral in Christchurch and culture consulor Xv Zhijie so on attended the activity.
In order to response to the tipic “Familiy” of this culture festival, Confucius Institute at University of Cantebury purposely made Chinese Exhibition “Home”Looks, and divided it into 6 parts with combination of iconic element in traditional Chinese Culture according to room instruction of traditonal Chinese house, the six parts were named “Stuty” “Ni Shang Loft” “Tatsting Tea Loft” “Cate Cabinet” “Handcraft Factory”. Besides those traditional artwares displayed, the Chinese exhibitionhall attached more importance to interaction among tourists, for example, wirtting name with brush for tourists, provide national costume so as to let them try it on, invited tourists to taste Chinese tea and Chinese food, teacing kids paper-cuts and draw opera masks and so on. People in New Zealand love these activities because it provides them with chance to experience traditional Chinese culture.
In order to provide all delegations with platform on which they show their national style, Hoster of the activity invited each exhibition hall to appoint representatives to introduce about natinal style and features, so post-graduate student Song Shanshan and student Jack Chaney in grade 4 from Confucius Institute at University of Canterburty were appointed to Chinese culture diversity in Han and Tibet nationalities Clothes
The “Red" Chinese Exhibition Hall
A row people are wait for get brush-style of their name
Tourist are putting on Chinese national clothes.