Painting exhibitions mark World Autism Awareness Day in Beijing

13:45, April 03, 2011      

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Visitors view the drawing works by children affected by autism during an exhibition and auction at the Peking University in Beijing, capital of China, April 2, 2011. More than a hundred drawing works that were created by almost 100 autism-affected children were displayed at the exhibition here Saturday, to mark the World Autism Awareness Day that falls on April 2 every year. (Xinhua/Li Fangyu)



Visitors view the drawing works by children affected by autism during an exhibition and auction at the Peking University in Beijing, capital of China, April 2, 2011. More than a hundred drawing works that were created by almost 100 autism-affected children were displayed at the exhibition here Saturday, to mark the World Autism Awareness Day that falls on April 2 every year. (Xinhua/Li Fangyu)


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