"Chinese People's life Through Lens" Photo Exhibition Inaugurated in New Delhi
2007/07/27

 

On 26 July, the photo exhibition "Chinese People's Life through Lens" was inaugurated in Indira Gandhi State Center for Arts (IGSCA) in New Delhi. Dr. A. R. Kidwai, Governor of Haryana, Mr. M.V. Rajasekharan, Minister of State Planning, Former Governor, President of Unity International Foundation of India (UIFI), Mme. Bu Jianguo, Charge d' affaires of Chinese Embassy in India, Mr. Chen Zhengong, Vice Secretary General, China Society for Human Rights and 400-plus others including Indian people of all walks of life, diplomats, Indian Chinese, staff from India-based Chinese companies and Chinese students studying in India   attended the inauguration. 

                        

 

Mme. Bu Jianguo noted in her address that the exhibition comprehensively displayed achievements made in all fields in China, and presented a true picture of Chinese history, culture and life of various ethnic groups. She expressed her wish that more Indian people could go to visit China, sharing with Chinese people the social, economic developments and human rights progress of both countries.

                              

   

In his remark, Mr. Chen Zhengong said that over 150 photos on this exhibition presented China's magnificent sceneries and the Chinese people's energetically-forging-ahead outlook. They were also records about the Chinese culture and how the Chinese live and work. Indian people could actually sense the freedom, joys and happiness the Chinese people enjoy through the photos.

 

                             

Governor Kidwai said that India-China relations maintained good momentous in the recent years. He expressed his wish that the exhibition would further contribute to the "Hindi-Chini bhai-bhai" friendship. He also said that for Indian people who can not go to China, they can through this exhibition know about China's progress and the activities of Chinese people.

In his inaugural speech, Mr. M.V. Rajasekharan, Minister of State noted that the exhibition presented people's life and long civilization of China. He especially hoped the Indian youth to come to the exhibition to learn about China, so as to deepen the mutual understanding with the Chinese youth and to build a solid foundation for the future development of bilateral relations. 

Other distinguished guests also addressed in the inauguration.

The photo exhibition was sponsored by China Society for Human Rights, and co-sponsored by the Chinese Embassy in India and IUIF,It will last for 9 days until 3 August.

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