May brings Chinese art to New Jersey

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Hanging in the New Jersey State Museum is a doublesided embroidered tapestry presented by Chinese government officials in recognition of the state’s decades of business with China.

Over the weekend, an exhibition titled May China opened at the museum to celebrate continued commercial and cultural links between China and New Jersey, which now counts a Chinese population of about 142,000.

Featuring 24 artists of Chinese heritage including Yang Xiaoyang, Li Wangping, Yang Jianjian, Guo Beiping and Zhou Yong, the exhibition showcases Chinese ink painting as well as the Western tradition of oil painting, as interpreted by artists in China and

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