Chinese-style Gusu Garden in Geneva Gets Spring Color

by swisscham in Culture & Society

(PICTURE) Photo taken on 10 April 2017 shows the traditional Chinese Gusu Garden in Geneva, Switzerland. The Chinese-style Gusu garden situated inside the World Trade Organization’s Geneva headquarters was formally opened on 13 February 2013. It was named after the ancient Chinese city of Suzhou, a city in south China known for its UNESCO-listed classical gardens. The Ministry of Commerce of China and the Municipal Government of Suzhou jointly offered the Gusu Garden to the WTO as a symbol of China’s long-lasting confidence in the multilateral trading system.

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