Photo exhibition in London to mark 40 years of China's reform, opening up

Xinhua | Updated: 2018-12-11 09:49
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Passengers view a photography exhibition at London's Kings Cross Station in London, Britain, Dec 10, 2018. [Photo/Xinhua]

Among the exhibits, 60 images depict changes in the daily life in China since 1978 while 20 showcase the close relationship between China and the United Kingdom over what has proven to be an extraordinary time of change to China's development.

"This exhibition tells the stories of the lives of the ordinary Chinese people for whom past four decades have meant so much. Every Chinese person has played their part in these 40 years of history. Their dreams have converged to form the irresistible power that has propelled China's development," Gu noted.

He added that "We want to show a developing China, and the optimism and enthusiasm of Chinese people in the process of this development."

Xiang Xiaowei, cultural counselor with the Chinese Embassy in UK, expressed the hope that the exhibition would help British audiences better understand China's reform and opening up.

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