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Hungarian Culture Week in Shanghai Experience Hungarian style like gingerbread production and egg painting
👆From March 22nd to March 25th, Shanghai Oriental Pearl Tower cooperated with the Hungarian Consulate-General in Shanghai to carry out the “Budapest Festival” (Hungarian Cultural Week) in all directions. Tourists can enjoy a variety of traditional Hungarian arts and crafts such as blue dyeing, painted eggs, and gingerbread making on the Oriental Pearl City Square. Hungarian song and dance, extreme sports and other performances will be on hand for the visitors to experience authentic Hungary. Local customs.
👆A Hungarian craftman shows the gingerbread just finished.
👆The audience picks exquisite Hungarian jewelry.
👆Hungarian culture has a long history in Shanghai. In the 1930s, a group of iconic buildings designed by the Hungarian architect Lászlółódak has been preserved so far and has become a unique perspective of the city.
👆In Hungary, every family will make gingerbread to celebrate Christmas.
👆The fifth-generation descendant Tóth Ildikó Kékfetó of the family of Gyor, Hungary, who owns a century-long family of blue printing and dyeing techniques, introduces tourists to the blue print.
👆Hungary is located in the heart of Europe and has a well-developed transportation network. It is one of the most concentrated countries in China and Eastern Europe.
👆Every day during the Budapest Festival, different artistic performances are presented on the big stage.