An exhibition of traditional and contemporary Māori artworks will return to China to mark the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism.

Tuku Iho – Living Legacy was first shown in Beijing in 2013 and has since toured the world.

It opens in Hokkaido, Japan, later this month, and then in Tokyo in August as part of the leadup to the Rugby World Cup.

From there it will go to the Powerstation of Art in Shanghai over the first two weeks of November.

Reblogged from Waatea News

Image courtesy of NZ Maori Arts & Crafts, Nga Kete Tuku Iho