The exhibition is based in the Jintai museum in Beijing and includes around 150 works made by children and youth between the ages of five and 24 that reflected their vision of the games, to be held in February of the coming year.
Representatives from both countries highlighted the significance of the initiative to promote exchange between new generations and also encourage them to expand their knowledge of the event.
They also agreed that it contributes to the development of bilateral relations and the rapprochement of peoples overcoming the barriers of geographical distance and language.
During the activity, some of the contestants received recognition for their participation.
According to official sources, the project is international in scope and will continue in the coming months with children from other countries.
China is almost ready to host the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Beijing, which will become the only city in the world to host both variants of the competitions, after hosting the summer edition in 2008.