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Monuments are significant cultural representations and bearers of history. The story of "Mother Armenia" (Մայր Հայաստան) dates back to the 20th century and is a prominent example of such a monument. This hammered copper statue stands 22 meters tall and has an overall height of 51 meters, including the basalt museum-pedestal. Notably, the pedestal was designed by architect Rafayel Israyelian to resemble a three-nave basilica Armenian church to ensure that occupying a pedestal could be a lasting honor. The interior of the pedestal is light and pleasing to the eye, in contrast to the right-angled shapes of the external view,

At an international cultural event in Yiwu city on April 30th, Jasmina Grigoryan, an Armenian student, presented Armenian traditional cuisine and national costume. Her attire was an exquisite gown inspired by motifs and shapes of the Armenian traditional dress of the Yerevan region from the end of the 19th century, featuring distinctive floral ornaments and headgear. Attendees exhibited a significant level of curiosity regarding Armenian culture and traditional dishes, and many took photos with Jasmina.It is noteworthy that Yiwu, located in Zhejiang Province, China, is the world's largest wholesale market for small commodity goods. The city's logistics and infrastructure play

On April 27th, the Beijing Language and Culture University hosted its annual International Cultural Day, which brings together students from all over the world in a vibrant celebration. This event serves as a bridge between nations, allowing for the exchange of customs, traditions, and the rich cultural heritage that each participant brings.This year, the Armenian booth was a standout attraction, captivating visitors with its arts, crafts, and culinary delights. The booth displayed intricately crafted textiles and captivating photographic materials showcasing Armenia's famed landmarks and scenic wonders, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the soul of Armenia. The Armenian booth's culinary offerings

The "Vahanagorg" rug, a century-and-a-half-old artifact from Western Armenia, has a unique history. During the Armenian Genocide, a period when Armenians were forced to flee their homes, the rug was separated into two parts. Its significance lies in the fact that it was divided among a mother's daughters, with the assurance that the shield rug would protect them from all difficulties and help them surmount obstacles, ensuring that two pieces would be reunited with the reunion of two sisters.After 52 years, the rug's reunion occurred when the sisters coincidentally met at the Armenian Church in New York and brought the

A program called "Understanding China, Witnessing Revitalization - Overseas Students' 2024 National Education Practice: Shuangbai Trip" was recently organized by the Overseas Education College of Nanjing University. This program aimed to provide international students with a comprehensive understanding of China's history, culture, and rural revitalization efforts. From April 15th to 20th, the program welcomed a diverse group of participants, including Armenian students Anna Adamyan and Arevik Margaryan.  During the program, students had the opportunity to explore the history and culture of the Yi ethnic group, as well as experience the progress made by Nanjing University in assisting Shuangbai, Yunnan. Anna and

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