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Envoys in focus in the fourth Photo Exhibition

(China Daily)

08:11, September 14, 2012

When the Music Stops captures a historic moment as leaders gather for a photocall at the end of the G8 summit held in L'Aquila, Italy, on July 9, 2009. Tian Ming

The fourth Photo Exhibition of the World in the Eyes of Chinese Diplomats announced 60 winners from more than 1,200 photographs submitted by around 300 shutterbugs from departments and overseas offices of the Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Entries are categorized by themes, namely portraits, natural scenery, daily life, public figures and diplomatic records.

The activity, organized by the Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry and Chinese Photographers Association, aims to address the diplomatic values of loyalty, commitment and dedication, in the different facets of diplomatic life.

The judging panel included Chinese Photographers Association, Xinhua News Agency and China Daily.

Experts say the entries for this year's event are of high quality and cover various aspects of culture comprehensively. The exhibition will display about 150 photographs free of charge to the public at Capital Museum from Sept 14 to 23.

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