Peng Liyuan visits Thai music school on APEC sidelines

Peng liyuan visits thai music school on apec sidelines

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Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping, paid a visit to a music school in Thailand on the sidelines of APEC meetings in Bangkok. During the visit, she said, despite language differences, music has no borders and allows people to communicate through it. She gifted traditional musical instruments to the school, saying she hopes more young people could promote cultural exchanges between China and Thailand through music.

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