CHINA A look inside the BRF media center

CHINA

A look inside the BRF media center

People's Daily app

18:47, April 25, 2019

A cultural exhibit features 110 photos showcasing the achievements of China's development over the past 70 years as well as the outcomes of jointly building the Belt and Road.

The media center for the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation will be open from Wednesday to Saturday.

Journalists can freely select books, Beijing service albums and maps at the book stand.

Journalists will be able to delve into China's intangible cultural heritage by experiencing traditional Chinese painting, drawing and clay modeling at the center.

Journalists will be able to delve into China's intangible cultural heritage by experiencing traditional Chinese painting, drawing and clay modeling at the center.

Journalists will be able to delve into China's intangible cultural heritage by experiencing traditional Chinese painting, drawing and clay modeling at the center.

Journalists can use virtual reality technology to "travel" to different Chinese cities while at the center.

The B2B matchmaking session of the Belt and Road CEO conference. (Photos: Bai Yuanqi/ People's Daily)

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