“Similarities & Symbiosis – China·Central and Eastern Europe Contemporary Art Exhibition” and 2018 Ningbo Creative and Cultural Products Exhibition appeared yesterday at the Sofia Chinese Cultural Center in Bulgaria. This exhibition not only demonstrates the multicultural exchange and mutual prosperity in the context of “16+1” cooperation, but also attempts by Ningbo enterprises to enter Bulgaria and even the Central and Eastern European markets with the help of national platforms. The China-Central and Eastern Europe Contemporary Art Exhibition brings together more than 100 works by 27 outstanding artists from 17 countries in China and Central and Eastern Europe, including oil painting, ink on paper, prints, pencil drawings, watercolors, photography, video, ceramics, sculpture, multimedia, etc. A variety of art categories. The participating artists have achieved outstanding achievements in their respective fields. For example, Bojdal Bantsev from Bulgaria has won the first prize of the Bulgarian Contemporary Art Sculpture Competition, and Simon Bleiha from the Czech Republic has won the Prague 2016 Print Artist Critics Award. Andrew Martinovic from Montenegro has been featured in more than 20 prestigious international film festivals. Bai Ming, director of the Ceramics Department of Tsinghua University, said that art is a common language in the world. It combines the traditional culture of each nation and the artist's perception of this era. It is both familiar and unfamiliar when admiring these works. The exhibition should present an important feature of the multi-ecological language culture that bridges the communication. The 2018 Ningbo Creative and Cultural Products Exhibition lasted for one week. Nearly 10 Ningbo enterprises, including Dafeng and Beifa, displayed nearly 100 unique cultural products. Through cultural exchange and trade linkage, visitors have more to the Chinese cultural industry. To understanding.