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La Nao de China - Painting Exhibition of Max Sanz
An exhibition of works by Mexican painter Max Sanz titled La Nao de China (China ships), will be open to the public from April 25 to May 25 at the Guangzhou Museum of Art.

Updated:1397811650Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Organized by the Consulate General of Mexico in Guangzhou, an exhibition of works by Mexican painter Max Sanz titled La Nao de China, will be open to the public from April 25 to May 25 at the Guangzhou Museum of Art.

La Nao de China (China ships), also called The Manila Galleons, were Spanish trading ships that sailed once or twice per year across the Pacific Ocean between Manila in the Spanish East Indies (present day-Philippines) and Acapulco, New Spain (present day-Mexico) via China. The goods carried by the Manila Galleons were mainly from China,with most important among them being Chinese silk. This fact led Mexican and Spanish merchants to use the alternate term China ships as a short-hand description.

Mexican painter Max Sanz expects his exhibitions in China will become a bridge for cultural exchanges between China and Mexico, just like the China ships. He also wishes his exhibition tour in China will enjoy smooth sailing.


Where: Hall 1, Guangzhou Museum of Art (No.13, Lu Hu Road, next to the Lu Hu Children's Park)
When: April 25 - May 25
Open hours: Tuesdays to Fridays, 9am-4:30pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 9:30am-4:00pm; Mondays closed.

Editor:Vita Lin
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