The People’s Republic of China yesterday launched a photo exhibition at the Guyana National Museum as part of the country’s 61st year anniversary of its founding. The photo exhibition is entitled “Experience Shanghai, Embrace the World”.
The theme is “Better City, Better Life”. During the event participants display their achievement in urban civilization and explore new low carbon approach to human lifestyle.
China’s ambassador to Guyana,. Yu Wenzhe, expressed his sincere thanks to the Ministry of Culture, the Guyana National Museum and the general public for their contribution in making the event a success. The event was attended by the Guyana’s Minister of culture youth and sports.
Experience Shanghai is a world exposition which was opened on May 1 and will continue until October 12. It is expected to be taken to other parts of Guyana.
More than $70 million visitors around the world are anticipated to visit the Expo.
Viewers will have the opportunity to learn more about Shanghai and China and the Chinese will learn about the world, the Ambassador said.
Shanghai, China’s largest city, has witnessed China’s transformation from a semi-feudal and semi-colonial country to an independence nation.
Since the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949 and especially after China adopted the policy of reform and opening to the outside world in 1979. Shanghai has developed into an economic, financial and communication center of Asia.
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