An exhibition called "Far East Street" has been opened to the public at the 4th Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Vladivostok, the largest city in the Russian Far East.
This exhibition, a major cultural activity under the umbrella of the EEF, shows the multicultural side of the Russian Far East, and rich elements of China-Russia friendship.
On the 1,300-meter-long coastal road hosting the exhibition, each state, border region and republic of Russia in the Far East set up their own booth to display their scenery, folk customs and leading products.
Various performances, interactive projects, special foods and arts and crafts sales allow participants in the EEF to experience a colorful cultural journey, in addition to the intense meeting schedule.
Compared to previous years, this year's exhibition added "Chinese customs". Displays of Chinese enterprises have their own characteristics, and many exhibition areas highlight China-Russia cooperation projects.
(Photos: Li Hao/ Global Times)