‘Beautiful China’ captured in photos

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National Commission for Culture and the Arts Executive Director Adelina Suemithb and Chairman Prof. Felipe de Leon Jr. marvel at an exhibit photo as Pan Feng, cultural councilor of the Chinese Emba ssy-Manila looks on

National Commission for Culture and the Arts Executive Director Adelina Suemithb and Chairman Prof. Felipe de Leon Jr. marvel at an exhibit photo as Pan Feng, cultural councilor of the Chinese Emba ssy-Manila looks on

The Ministry of Culture of China with the Center of International Cultural Exchange presents a photography exhibition called Beautiful China, a testament to the true beauty of the country.

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Running until April 30 at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Gallery, it also celebrates the unceasing efforts of its people to rebuild, develop and improve China.

Hosted by NCCA, the exhibit is a shared vision of the Chinese people for a better life. It lies in both reality and people’s dreams, lies in both the endowments of nature and the creations of humanity. It needs to be inherited, created, cherished and preserved, and shall remain a solemn commitment and call for action to both the Chinese people and the Chinese government.

Through the lens of Chinese photographers, the exhbit highlights the constant efforts of the government and people in building a well-off and well-cultured nation, as well as their efforts to incorporate their respect for nature and eco-friendly consciousness in all perspectives of its national development.

A beautiful China is defined by all kinds of beautiful elements: green mountains and clear water, harmony between man and nature, balance of development, happiness in heart, and so on. It is such diversity and warmth that come together to form a really beautiful China.

The soul of a beautiful China lies in the spirit and aspirations of the Chinese people. As they are building a better life and better home for themselves, they are also exploring a new way of shared benefits, common prosperity and eco-friendly economy for all mankind.

NCCA Gallery is located at 633 General Luna St. Intramuros, Manila (back of San Agustin Church). For more information, contact 527-2192 local 512. Look for Bryan Llapitan or Mimi Santos. E-mail: nccagallery09@gmail.com

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