Reporter’s Diary: Enjoying Peking Opera and Erhu performances at the CIICF 2021

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    The China International Intelligent Communication Forum, sponsored by the China Media Group and the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Government, was held both online and offline with representatives from international institutions, enterprises, and experts from home and abroad in attendance. CGTN reporter Yo-Yo Wu had a chance to enjoy the cultural performances on stage, and learn how to play the erhu instrument from a national first-class performer. Let’s check it out!

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