Two well-known artists from the city of Xi’an, China بازدید برلین to install more than 100 terracotta warrior replicas on a boat that traveled down the Spree River in the heart of برلین. The art installation was part of the kick-off event where Mr. Wang Ben, painter and chairman of Xi’an Chinese Art Academy and Mr. Zhang Deyong, calligrapher from شیان, demonstrated their traditional Chinese art and announced the beginning of a four-day geocaching game in the city of برلین.
“I am very happy that the ‘Xi’an Meets Berlin’ event is taking place in برلین,” said Ms. Chu Huizi, representative from the Chinese Embassy to آلماناست. 'This is the first time that the Terracotta Army has been presented in such an interactive form outside of چین, such as an art installation or geocaching, and it’s great for Berliners to experience the magic of the Terracotta Army in this way.”
The kick-off event hosted around 100 people on a cruise down the river Spree, with a live painting demonstration from the شیان artists. Attendees had the opportunity to capture photos of the art installation against famous برلین landmarks like the Reichstag and the Paul Lobe-Haus.
“I am very excited to be in برلین اشتراک شیان with the city,” said Mr. Wang Ben, a well-known painter from شیان. “Art is central to Berlin’s culture and we wanted to create a unique way of presenting our city to the برلین people. We hope that this helps to build bridges between برلین و شیان and allow us to share in each other’s culture.”
Following the event, Berliners were invited to join in a geocaching game over the weekend, ending at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 9. Participants will use the locations hosted on the event website www.XianBerlin.de to find the miniature terracotta warriors hidden around برلین. Once participants find one of the 25 hidden figures, they می توان publicly post to Facebook or Instagram with a photo using #XianBerlin to be entered to win a trip for two to شیان در 2019.
A winner will be selected and announced on دسامبر 11 following the official end of the competition.