StarTimes to promote intercultural relationship through exhibition
As part of efforts to support communication between Nigeria and China, StarTimes is set to host 2016 Beijing Television Dramas and Movies Broadcasting Season Exhibition. While speaking at the launch of the exhibition in Abuja last week, Deputy Director, Beijing Municipal Bureau, Ms. Yang Peili, said China had maintained a deep and friendly relationship with African countries.
“Cultural exchange is a sole means supporting communication between the two sides,” she added.
She noted that the collaboration was to bring more Chinese stories into Africa and promote the cooperation in film and television industry between both sides.”
Also, the global vice president of StarTimes, Ms. Guo Ziqi, said, “I believe that this cooperation will further promote the friendship between Nigeria and China.”
Head of Public Relations, StarTimes, Mr. Israel Bolaji, noted that the Beijing exhibition had become an endearing and enduring brand in Africa, “which has helped popularise Chinese culture, while facilitating friendly exchanges between China and Africa.”
The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television exhibition holds in Nigeria, Rwanda and Tanzania from September 2016 through September 2017 to further promote and consolidate inter-cultural relations particularly on movies and drama series.
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