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Zambia on Tuesday joined other African countries in commemorating this year's Africa Day with President Edgar Lungu urging African countries to promote innovative cultural development to enhance economic development.
Bengbu, Anhui province, is named the permanent host of the Taihu World Cultural Forum at a news conference in Beijing on Wednesday. Dignitaries who attended the news conference included: (from left to right) Li Huilai, deputy director of the Chinese People's Institute of Foreign Affairs; Zhou Shuchun, publisher and editor-in-chief of China Daily; Yan Zhaozhu, chairman of the forum; Huang Xiaowu, Party secretary of Bengbu; and Ma Guoxiang, a member of the Central Committee of the China National Democratic Construction Association.
The president of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Volkan Bozkir, on Friday highlighted the transformative role of culture as an accelerator of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), hoping to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities facing the cultural and creative sector post-COVID-19.
The second Global Times Film & Television Cultural Communication Forum focused on telling Chinese stories through films and TV series was held on May 15 in Beijing.
A key global event in the field of museum collections conservation was inaugurated in Beijing on Monday, bringing online more than 1,000 conservation experts, conservators and scholars from over 60 countries.
China is set to launch a special exhibition to display a cluster of precious collections from the museums and art institutions across the country in celebration of the International Museum Day (IMD) on May 18, said the National Cultural Heritage Administration (NCHA) at a press conference on Saturday.