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China Taiwan Net December 26. Recently, eight graffiti players from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, and the Netherlands gathered in Kunming to launch a large-scale international graffiti event with Chinese local graffiti-the battle wall .
According to the organizer Ximen Chaojie, the general manager of Yunnan Ximen Chaojie Commercial Operation Management Co., Ltd., and Taiwanese businessman Zheng Yourui, the Kunming "Battle Wall" international graffiti competition aims to combine the event with culture. I hope that through this event Show the world's unique graffiti style and culture to the world, introduce Taiwan's culture, creative cuisine, and "tide" culture to Kunming, and turn Ximen Chaojie into a highly dynamic, creative, trendy, and internationalized subcultural district. Graffiti enthusiasts from all over Asia and youth from both sides of the strait provide a platform for exchanges. With diverse performances and events, more people can feel the charm of Asian street culture.
"Ximen Chao Street is based on Taipei's Ximending. It will bring Ximending with Taiwan elements to Kunming and build Ximending belonging to Kunming." Zheng Yourui said that Kunming has a beautiful environment, rich tourism resources, convenient transportation, and a good reputation. The cuisine of the world is a good place to build Ximen Chao Street. "We hope to build Ximen Chao Street in Kunming into a platform to provide young people on both sides of the strait with a more diverse and open platform, so that young people have enough space to express themselves."
It is reported that Kunming's "Ximen Chao Street" covers an area of 12,000 square meters. The street is divided into 11 different thematic areas, including red brick district, cultural youth district, sports district, animation district, and graffiti district. It is expected to officially open in March 2020. (Reported by China Taiwan Net and Yunnan Provincial Taiwan Affairs Office)
[Responsible editor: Guo Bijuan]