Created by a woman in Beijing, China for her 2020 Global Art Project for Peace exchange.
Description that was given with her art: Five pieces of anti epidemic paper cuttings.
Participants in China created their art to exchange at the height of the pandemic in China. Most of the images they created to exchange reflected their reality of the pandemic. Participants in Beijing were organized to participate in the 2020 exchange through the Beijing Normal University Art and Communication Department.
Note to the Global Art Project for Peace from participant Yumeng Zhang, Beijing Normal University:
“This is the first time that I have the opportunity to pass on my love and peaceful power to the world, which makes me very moved and happy. This art activity Global Art Project for Peace provides people from all over the world with opportunities to communicate with people from other places. Through this art exchange, people can feel that good energy can be transmitted, and the seeds of love and peace can be sown all over the world. This art activity may be like a happiness transmitter, exchanging and delivering these happy seeds, so that the forest of peace and love can grow on the earth. What a beautiful picture it is!
“As a Chinese student, I am very happy and honored to participate in this art exchange activity, and I really look forward to the exchange of love with friends around the world.”