ULAN BATOR, July 25 (Xinhua) -- An exhibition of Chinese art and craft opened in Ulan Bator on Wednesday to promote China-Mongolia relations in the field of culture and showcase China's Lishui culture in Mongolia.
Lishui, a city in eastern China's Zhejiang Province, is famed for its "three treasures" -- porcelain, swords and stone sculptures.
The exhibits include more than 30 works by Lishui craftsmen.
Chinese Ambassador to Mongolia Xing Haiming said the two countries have elevated their good neighborly and friendly relations to the level of comprehensive strategic partnership.
The exhibition has been organized by Capital City Citizens Representatives Khural, Lishui Municipality, and China Arts and Crafts Association.