Jinan Holds "Mutual-harmony, Connected Common Aspirations" Architectural Culture Creativity Exhibition in Samarkand



In an effort to further share the voice of Jinan and narrate its stories, Jinan City hosted the "Mutual-harmony, Connected Common Aspirations" Architectural Culture Creativity Exhibition on January 3rd at the "A Glimpse of Chinese Culture · Nishan Library" in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. This event invited local students from Samarkand to participate actively, allowing them to deeply experience the fusion of modern and historical architecture in Jinan, the City of Springs.


Every city has its iconic landmarks, symbolizing the essence and identity of that city. This photography exhibition captured the landmarks of Jinan, including Quancheng Square, Kuanhouli, Hanyu Jingu, Qilu Software Park, and the Yunding Building. These structures, marked by their respective eras, showcased the profound historical heritage and distinctive architectural culture of Jinan. Gadoybegano Nulat, a student from Samarkand State University in Uzbekistan who visited the exhibition, expressed, "Through this exhibition, I felt the social development and changes in Jinan, witnessing a city with rich historical and cultural heritage. It satisfied my curiosity about Jinan, and I look forward to seeing more literary and artistic works about the city in the future." Mutual respect and mutual learning are essential for fostering understanding among people and building a community with a shared future for humanity. This event injected new vitality into the development of the relationship between the two cities.



The "A Glimpse of Chinese Culture · Nishan Library" serves as a gateway for cultural exchange between China and other countries. It not only facilitates the dissemination of Chinese culture worldwide but also welcomes cultural achievements from around the globe. This reciprocal exchange fosters mutual learning, encourages cultural interflow, and promotes common development. The event holds significant importance for furthering communication and collaboration between the people of Jinan and Samarkand.

(Li Xiaotong; Yuan Yuhua; Hua Shan; Hou Yawen; Liu Xiaohan; Lou Xinyu; Chong Yaqi; Wang Jianle; Chen Shuning; Yang Yang; Wang Jiangshan; Wang Lijun;Li Ziyue; Chen Zeyu)

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