Beijing Photo Show Highlights 40th Anniv. of Reform, Opening-up

October 8, 2018
By Fan WenjunEditor: Xie Wen
Zeng Zhu delivers a speech at the event. [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]

 

China National Museum of Women and Children (CCWM) opened a special photo exhibition in Beijing on September 29 to mark the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up.

The preview ceremony drew over 200 attendees including officials from women's working committees at all levels, China Image Group of Xinhua News Agency, the All-China Women's Federation, China Women Photographers' Association and the Chinese Women Painters' Association.

It aimed at revealing China's development during the past four decades from the perspective of changes in people's lives through documentary images and accompanying texts.

Zeng Zhu, deputy curator of the CCWM, said in her speech that she hoped the exhibition will help enlighten future generations, spread and carry forward outstanding traditional cultures, and contribute to the enhancement of people's confidence, in particular in terms of culture.

The displays comprise of four sections: The Years of Passion, The Years of Song, The Years of Endeavor and Into the New Era, fully reflecting the outstanding achievements Chinese people made over the past 40 years.

The exhibition will run till November 15.

 

Guests pose for a photo at the event. [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Visitors view the photos displayed at the exhibition. [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Photos displayed at the exhibition [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Photos displayed at the exhibition [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Visitors view the exhibits at the exhibition. [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Photos displayed at the exhibition [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Photos displayed at the exhibition [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]
Photos displayed at the exhibition [Women of China / Fan Wenjun]


(Women of China)

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