This year, the rich history of China and Kenya is on display at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.
With more than 100 Chinese artists, it’s an opportunity for China and the U.S. to bridge cultural divides. While those in the U.S. know about China’s ability to export all kinds of good, it’s a look at history, and long-treasured ancient crafts. CCTV’s Sean Callebs reports on things to look out for in the festival over the next two weeks.
Travel to China at Smithsonian Folklife Festival in WashingtonThis year, the rich history of two countries is on display at the annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival here in Washington -- Kenya and China.
Sojin Kim, a co-curator for the China program for the Folklife Festival, joined CCTV’s discussion on the festival.