Pakistani Ambassador to China presents photo exhibition paying tribute to rich culture and diverse beauty of China
Published: Aug 18, 2023 11:48 PM
Photo: Liu Caiyu/GT

A photo exhibition titled "China in Frames: A Photographic Tribute" is officially launched in Beijing, presented by the Pakistani Ambassador to China. Photo: Liu Caiyu/GT

A photo exhibition titled "China in Frames: A Photographic Tribute" was officially launched in Beijing on Friday, presented by Pakistani Ambassador to China Moin ul Haque. The ambassador said the exhibition expressed his deep affection for China.

Over the past three years, the ambassador has traveled to numerous provinces, cities, tourist resorts, and cultural sites in China. He said he has been greatly impressed by China's development and economic progress, which he considers a modern-day miracle. The exhibition serves as a tribute to China, Haque told the Global Times.

Using his smartphone, the ambassador captured the beauty and diversity of China. He described the exhibition as a dream come true, as he conceived the idea when he first arrived in China in 2020. The ambassador emphasized that these photographs are not just ordinary pictures; they represent his love for China, its people, and the captivating landscapes, diverse culture, and progress the country has made.

The exhibition is divided into six themes: Chinese people, nature, street life, Chinese monuments, Chinese culture, and China at night.

Photo: Liu Caiyu/GT

Photo: Liu Caiyu/GT

The ambassador believes that nature is China's most exquisite art gallery. From the karst topography in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region to camels traversing the Shapotou desert in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and giant pandas in Sichuan Province, the ambassador captured the natural beauty of China from unique angles.

Haque expressed his intention to bring his photo exhibition to Pakistan, allowing the Pakistani people to learn more about China and the friendship between the two countries.