Horse of a different colour: Chinese culture at Orange Youth Arts Festival

By Alexandra King
Updated August 18 2015 - 7:54am, first published 3:00am
RUNNING WILD: Orange City Council migrant support officer Anni Gallagher, tourism manager Glenn Mickle, community development officer Lynda Bowtell, festival director and The Canobolas Rural Technology High School community liaison and partnerships officer Vince Lovecchio and Chinese delegate Chi Yulong show off the type of artwork to be exhibited during the 2015 Orange Youth Arts Festival.
 Photo: JUDE KEOGH
RUNNING WILD: Orange City Council migrant support officer Anni Gallagher, tourism manager Glenn Mickle, community development officer Lynda Bowtell, festival director and The Canobolas Rural Technology High School community liaison and partnerships officer Vince Lovecchio and Chinese delegate Chi Yulong show off the type of artwork to be exhibited during the 2015 Orange Youth Arts Festival. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

A WINDOW to Chinese culture will be opened to Orange’s youth when Chinese artists, martial artists and tai chi instructors show off their crafts during the 2015 Orange Youth Arts Festival.

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