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. A photography exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up is launched on Monday at London's Kings Cross Station. [Photo/Xinhua]

"At this important moment when we celebrate the 40th anniversary, it is undoubtedly very important, not only to the Chinese people but also to the world, to review the process of China's reform and opening up, to sum up experiences and learn the lessons in this process that has paved the way in search for effective governance for all mankind," Xiang said.

Andy Golding, a professional photographer who has visited China many times, was interested in the old black and white photos and impressed with the technological changes that took place very rapidly in China.

"This show offers a glimpse into the history which now seems so remote in China. This makes a very attractive proposition and also an insight into the way that things changed so much," he said.

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