Feature: Noted thangka painter from China aims to bring peace to world in artistic way
After winding up a cultural exchange event recently held at the United Nations headquarters in New York, Nyangbon, a well-known thangka painter from northwest China's Qinghai Province, developed a new thought -- all people across the world should put more efforts in safeguarding world peace.
The artist, who only has a given name, said his latest UN trip further fortified his belief that he should try his utmost to bring more harmony and peace to the world by dramatically promoting thangka paintings on as many international occasions as possible.
BEAUTY OF HARMONY
At the invitation of Cindy Ye, president of American New Line Express Corp., the largest package express delivery company run by a Chinese American, Nyangbon and Bradley Theodore, one of the most recognized emergent artists in the United States, recently met at the UN, and exchanged, in a relaxing and jovial atmosphere, thoughts on artistic creations and art works.
"Mr. Nyangbon's paintings stunned me during my visit to his studio in Beijing last year," said Theodore.
While making preparations for the art works exchange event at the UN with Theodore, Nyangbon learned that the UN had been troubled by the flare-up of disputes and conflicts in some countries and regions, arrears of UN budgetary arrangements by many member states and serious trust deficit among countries.
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