China’s prized artwork on show

Work of art: China’s famous ‘Qingming Shanghe Tu’ will be showcased in the form of dough art figurines at The Enchanting Orient exhibition from tomorrow at the Starhill Gallery in Kuala Lumpur.

KUALA LUMPUR: China’s most famous painting “Along the River During the Qingming Festival” (Qingming Shanghe Tu), dubbed “China’s Mona Lisa”, will be showcased in the form of dough art figurines at the Starhill Gallery from tomorrow to Saturday.

The first-time display of this 18m-long Chinese creation in Malaysia will be the highlight of “The Enchanting Orient” exhi­bition jointly organised by Starhill and Han Culture Centre Malaysia.

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