Photo Exhibition Featuring Family Shows Children's Talents

 January 23, 2020

Photos by junior and senior high school students are on display at China National Museum on Women and Children in Beijing, which will last until February 10. [Women of China]


An exhibition titled "The Most Beautiful Moment at My Home" opened on January 10 at the China National Museum on Women and Children in Beijing.

It received more than 2,800 works by children aged 6-18 from 30 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in China. A total of 224 submissions were selected to be displayed at the exhibition. 

Shen Yueyue, President of the All-China Women's Federation, and Huang Xiaowei, Vice-President and First Member of the Secretariat of the ACWF, visited the exhibition. 

Through the exhibition, the children are inspired to discover, feel and spread the true, the good and the beautiful around them, help them develop their attachment to family and foster social responsibilities from childhood, which is conducive to better guiding the family members to carry forward family virtues and good family traditions, Shen noted.

It is a concrete measure to innovate and deepen the "Looking for the Most Beautiful Family" campaign, she added.

As the year 2020 is crucial in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects and winning the anti-poverty battle, Shen said the China Women Photographers Association should focus on women's efforts in poverty relief, in a bid to inspire more women and families to fight against poverty and cherish the results of the poverty-alleviation work.

Visitors take a close look at the photos displayed at the China National Museum on Women and Children in Beijing. [Women of China]


A group of professionals, representatives from media agencies, as well as young photographers of the exhibits and their parents were invited to discuss the significance and value of exhibition at a seminar during the exhibition.

Some young photographers whose works are displayed at the exhibition were granted certificates of honor at the seminar.

Guided by the ACWF, the exhibition was hosted by the China Women Photographers Association, China National Museum on Women and Children and China Women's Development Foundation. It will last until February 10.

A child reads a photo collection at the seminar. [Women of China]


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