The "Discover the Beauty of Asia" Photo and Video Exhibition is held in Boao, south China’s Hainan province on Tuesday, April 8. 2014. [Photo: Wan]


The unveiling ceremony of the "Discover the Beauty of Asia" photo and video exhibition and launch ceremony of the G&E Television Asia Studio was held in Bo’ao, south China’s Hainan province, on Tuesday.


The event, jointly held by China Radio International (CRI), the Publicity Department of the CPC Hainan Provincial Committee, and the Hainan Broadcasting Group, features hundreds of photographs that showcase the nature and culture of the countries that are along the "New Maritime Silk Road." It also tells the stories of Asia and its long history, which attracted guests and delegates that are in the province for the Bo’ao Forum for Asia Annual Conference.


Wang Gengnian, Director-General of China Radio International, says during an address at the ceremonies, that the "New Maritime Silk Road" series of events, represented by the "Discover the Beauty of Asia" Photo and Video Exhibition, aims to tap the potential of Asian cultures and civilization and transmit them to the rest of the world, as well as to enhance the friendly interactions and exchanges between people across the globe.


Zhou Wenzhong, Secretary General of the Bo’ao Forum for Asia, says, during his address at the ceremonies, with the Silk Road as the bond between Asian nations, the photo and video exhibition presents people’s love of the land and their aspirations for a better life to the delegates in a way that transcends language. Only through constant efforts of mutual understanding, learning and exchanges can we ultimately achieve the goal of economic integration among Asian countries.


Xu Jun, Director of the Publicity Department of the CPC Hainan Provincial Committee, thinks the photo and video exhibition is the reflection of the deepened cooperation between Hainan province and media outlets from around the world. Hainan wishes to exchange ideas of development in tourism with all regions and countries in its efforts to establish the island into an international travel destination through the Bo’ao Forum.


At the launch ceremony of the G&E Television Asia Studio, CRI Director-General Wang Gengnian says his media outlet has incorporated many regional media companies, such as GETV in the U.S. and the GLOBAL CAMG MEDIA GROUP in Australia, which are responsible for the operations and development of overseas business, in order to get closer to overseas audiences and improve transmission effectiveness. CRI hopes the launch of GETV Asia Studio shall provide a more pluralistic perspective for the world to understand Asia, and offer a high-quality platform of communication for the friendly interactions between the peoples of Asia and the world.




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