Beijing residents can now have a rare opprtunity to get to know modern Hungarian StreetArt artists, an continuous open-air presentation, initiated by the Liszt Institute. By contirubting to the atmosphere of the city center, new outdoor StreetArt posters can be viewed on the street front of the Embassy of Hungary, changing every month. The works created by artists from different backgrounds and styles give a never-before explored insight into modern Hungarian art. The works, which are published by the Szentendre Cultural Center and the Erdész Gallery, not only grab the attention of those who pass in front of the embassy, but also allow a unique cultural footprint in Beijing's diplomatic district. Of course, as befits the 21st century, viewers can immerse themselves in the world of virtual information, leraning about artists and their works through QR codes embedded in their works.