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China’s Eye-catching Display at the G20 Flower Festival in New Delhi

Text by – Dr Das

G20 Flower Festival

The G20 Flower Festival, organized at Central Park in Connaught Place, New Delhi, was a vibrant display of floral beauty and creativity. The event, which showcased the floral vibrancy of four G20India participants, namely China, Japan, Singapore, and the Netherlands, was a grand success.

Among the participants, China’s booth gained immense popularity for its innovative and eye-catching display of flowers. The booth showcased the rich floral diversity of China, with a special focus on the country’s unique traditional floral arrangements.




The Chinese booth was designed in a way that showcased the country’s cultural heritage and its love for nature. The booth was adorned with a range of flowers and plants, including peonies, orchids, chrysanthemums, and bamboo. The display was complemented with Chinese lanterns, which added to the beauty and elegance of the booth.

Visitors to the Chinese booth were greeted with a warm welcome from the representatives of the Chinese Embassy in India. They were also provided with information about the different types of flowers and plants on display, as well as their significance in Chinese culture.

The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Shri Vinai Kumar Saxena, also visited the G20 Flower Festival and was impressed with the Chinese booth. He commended the efforts of the Chinese Embassy in showcasing the country’s unique floral heritage and promoting cultural exchange between China and India.


G20 Flower Festival 3

The G20 Flower Festival was not only a celebration of floral beauty but also an opportunity to promote cultural exchange and strengthen diplomatic relations between the participating countries. The event provided a platform for the countries to showcase their rich cultural heritage and explore opportunities for collaboration in the field of horticulture and floriculture.


In conclusion, China’s participation in the G20 Flower Festival in New Delhi was a remarkable success, with its booth gaining immense popularity among visitors. The event was a testament to the strong cultural ties between China and India and an opportunity to strengthen diplomatic relations between the two countries. The event also showcased the immense potential for collaboration in the field of horticulture and floriculture between the participating countries.


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