The Festival Croisements 2017 Chengdu Stop opened on April 27. Most of the activities are free to the public.
The Festival Croisements 2017 Chengdu Stop opened on April 27 at the Temple House in downtown Chengdu. With nearly 10 activities to be held in Chengdu starting from May 6, the festival has most of the activities free to the public.
The Festival Croisements celebrates its 12th year anniversary this year, completing the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac. The festival will be held from May 6 to July 9, featuring many more performances, exhibitions, film screenings and concerts.
A window into France, the annual festival has grown into one of the biggest foreign cultural events in China since its launch in 2006 and has attracted 15 million people to take part in.
"As a cultural bridge linking China with France, it helps Chengdu audience get a step closer to the French culture," marked Fabyene Mansencal, consul-general for France in Chengdu.
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