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Photo exhibition on China's Quake, Tibet kicks off in Hungary

September 28, 2008

[Xinhua is the official news agency of PRC]

BUDAPEST, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- A photo exhibition featuring the
quake-hit China's Sichuan Province as well as Tibet's history and
reality opened here Friday in the Asia Center.

Some 220 photos are on display to introduce the disaster area and
China's rescue and relief efforts, as well as religious culture and
natural scenery in Tibet and life of Tibetan people.

Chinese Ambassador to Hungary Zhang Chunxiang said at the opening
ceremony that the Hungarian government and its people have provided
assistance to those affected by earthquake while overseas Chinese in
Hungary also offered huge support for the quake-stricken region.

Li Guanghua, deputy secretary of the overseas Chinese association in
Europe, said the visitors would know more about the situation in Sichuan
province and the history of Tibet as well as achievement and progress in
Tibet since China adopted reforms and opening-up policies.
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