The Taedong River Spring Festival fair was held in Pyongyang on Thursday. (Photos: Mang Jiuchen/People's Daily)
Participants tasted Chinese cuisine and appreciated China's intangible cultural heritage.
The fair featured various Chinese intangible cultural heritage like calligraphy, works of papercutting, and Chinese knots, brought by a cultural delegation from northeast China's Jilin Province.
The fair also prepared Huaiyang cuisine.
The head of Jilin's cultural delegation said that exchanges between China and DPRK have a long history.
He hoped the visit would bring joy and luck to the Korean people and enhance mutual friendship. (Compiled by Xu Zheqi)