(ECNS) -- The 13th China-Northeast Asia Expo kicked off in Changchun Thursday, with an exhibition showing Hong Kong culture also opening at the expo simultaneously.
Abundant intangible cultural heritages in Hong Kong, the China's metropolis, have been on display at this expo.
Eleven fine examples of Hong Kong's intangible cultural heritage have been showcased at the exhibition.
Meanwhile, the city's conservation work and its cooperation with the Chinese mainland on the inheritance of intangible cultural heritage were also been introduced to the public.
Colorful Hong Kong culture has been introduced to the audience through more than a hundred pictures, videos and interaction games at the exhibition.
The Bun Scrambling Competition, an intangible cultural heritage in Hong Kong, is the highlight of the weeklong event Cheung Chau Bun Festival.
It expresses people's expectations for eradicating plagues and for safety as well.
The establishment of the bun tower has been reoccurred by means of interaction at the exhibition.
Besides, the exhibition has showcased some Hong Kong intangible cultural heritages which shares the same origins with their counterpart in Jilin.
Liang said that more exchanges of multiple fields with Jilin will be carried out in the future in compliance with national COVID-19 prevention and control regulations.