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|Thursday, June 15, 2000, updated at 10:24(GMT+8)|
Chinese Film Week Opens in YangonA Chinese film week, sponsored by the Chinese embassy in Myanmar, opened at the National Theater Wednesday evening in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Myanmar.
Attending the inaugural ceremony were Chinese ambassador to Myanmar Liang Dong, Myanmar Foreign Minister U Win Aung, Culture Minister U Win Sein, Information Minister Major-General Kyi Aung, other government officials, foreign diplomats as well as over 1, 000 Myanmar-Chinese and Chinese residents in the country and figures from different circles.
Speaking at the ceremony, Ambassador Liang said that China and Myanmar both belong to the East and have many points in common in culture and value, adding that the Chinese culture and art received warm embrace from the Myanmar people for a long time and Chinese movies enjoyed great popularity among Myanmar paukphaws ( fraternal).
He believes that the Chinese movie week will add more grace to the friendship between the two peoples and more luster to the new chapter of the Sino-Myanmar friendly relations.
The film "The Opium War" first screened on Wednesday is cherished by Myanmar audience.
The six-day Chinese film week will present seven movies including "The Opium War," "The Road Home," "Spicy Love Soup," " The Red River Valley," "Sleepless at Night" and "Martial and Arts of Shaolin."
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