MPs attend opening of Japanese-Mongolian calligraphy exhibition

For the 40th anniversary of Mongolian-Japanese cultural relations, the joint calligraphy exhibition “Sky, Sun and Partnership” opened at Blue Moon Art Gallery.

MP, Leader of the DP, and Chairman of the Mongolian Japanese Parliamentary Group D.Erdenebat; MP and Minister of Culture, Sport and Tourism TS.Oyungerel; MP and  Minister of Education and Science L.Gantumur; MP and Minister of Foreign Affairs L.Bold; and MPs Su.Batbold, S.Odontuya, M.Batchimeg and B.Garamgaibaatar attended the opening of the exhibition.

The organizers underline that the exhibition is unique, as the list of calligraphers includes public figures such as Mongolian President Ts.Elbegdorj, PM N.Altankhuyag and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe.

The exhibition consists of almost 100 compositions and shows the scope of bilateral partnership relations and symbols of the two nations’ friendship. Through words, phrases and lines of poetry, the exhibition captures hopes for peace and friendship through  elegant Mongolian and Japanese calligraphy.

The Office of Media and Public Relations of Parliament reports that the exhibition will be organized in Japan in November.


Trans. by CH.KHALIUN

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