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Animated Chinese painting in Macau
The animated version of the famous Chinese painting “Along the River During the Qingming Festival” will be exhibited at the Macau Dome from March 25 and April 14.
Tickets were first on sale on March 6 and 7 at the Macau Stadium. Tickets can now be bought at Kong Seng and online bookings are also permitted. However, all sessions on March 27 and some sessions in other days are already sold out, according to the Sports Development Board.
Admission costs MOP 10 but Macau identity card holders under 12 years old or above 65 can enter for free.
Eleven sessions will be scheduled daily from 10am to 8pm during the exhibition period. Visitors will be given one hour in the exhibition hall.
The Sports Development Board expected that the exhibition will attract about 200,000 people.
The SAR Government will cover the production cost of MOP 26 million.
The more than five metre long panoramic painting, which is displayed at Beijing’s Palace Museum, captures the daily life of people from the Song period in capital Bianjing, today’s Kaifeng in China, at the Qingming Festival.
Its animated version first made the public appearance at the China Pavilion during the Shanghai Expo and then in Hong Kong.
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