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Chinafest Nordrhein-Westfalen
Cologne

Celebrating 2012 China Year in Cologne.

The centre of interest was the NRW China Festival (14 - 16/09/2012) organised both by the city of Cologne and by the State government.

A Chinese market was opened to visitors on Roncalli square, creating an authentic Chinese atmosphere, offering delicious titbits from Chinese cuisine, and featuring arts and sports shows which include, e.g., Tai Chi and Qigong presentations.

Copyright: Andrew Bodrov
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