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Painter inks images of victory over poverty

China Daily | Updated: 2021-01-14 00:00

NANNING-As China bids farewell to absolute poverty, many traditional ink paintings focusing on the theme of poverty alleviation are illustrating the changes in southern villages.

Shang Xinzhou, a painter with the Guangxi Arts University in Nanning, the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, has been creating traditional ink paintings depicting poverty-stricken areas for over five years.

"Thanks to my experience in Duomai village, I can make the paintings more vivid," said the 36-year-old painter, who spent two and a half years as head of Duomai's poverty alleviation team in Baise city, Guangxi.

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