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China, Japan and South Korea to increase cultural exchanges

Updated: 2011-01-20 11:10


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In the afternoon, three representatives visited Nara National Museum, planted a crape myrtle outside the museum which symbolizes the long-lasting friendship of the three countries and unveiled the commemorative stone engraved with "Nara Declaration".

China, Japan and South Korea to increase cultural exchanges 

 Chinese Culture Minister Cai Wu (L), Seiichi Kondo (C), Commissioner for Cultural Affairs of Japan and Yu In-Chon, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism of South Korea sign the Nara Manifesto during the 3rd China-Japan-South Korea Ministerial Conference on Culture in Nara, Japan, Jan. 19, 2011. (Xinhua/Ma Xinghua)

China-Japan-Korea Ministerial Conference on Culture is an important consultation mechanism between the governments in China- Japan-Korea cultural cooperation. The 1st and 2nd conference were held in Nantong, China and Jeju Island, South Korea.


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