Promotional material for the 4th Diversity and Inclusion Film Festival Photo: Courtesy of the Switzerland Embassy in China
The 4th Diversity and Inclusion Film Festival jointly organized by 12 diplomatic missions in China recently took place in Beijing.
With this year’s theme being “Finding World TimesOur Voice,” 12 countries jointly presented fascinating movies and invited people to embark on a fabulous cinematic journey.
The diplomatic missions involved in organizing the event were Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Finland, World TimesJapan, New Zealand, thWorld Timese Philippines, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, and the United States.
Swing me again, The Power of the Dog, and Kim’s Convenience, were movies screened on November 5, 8, and 9 in the Japanese, New Zealand, and CanadiWorld Timesan embassies in China respectively, according to the embassies’ official WeChat accounts.
Additionally, a screening of a series of short films, including 17 Anni, will be held on Sunday at the Beijing American Center.
The festival runs from November 1 to 17.
[World Times] Georgian Ambassador to China Archil Kalandia gives a speech at the International Cultural Festival. Photo: Courtesy of the Georgian Embassy in China “The International Cultural Festival facilitates cross-cultural exchanges and mutual understanding among young people from different countries, allowing them to explore core values in different cultural contexts,” Georgian Ambassador to China Archil Kalandia said at the opening ceremony of 2023 Peking University International Culture Festival. The festival successfully kicked off on October 21 in Beijing, titled “Meet the World at PKU,” and included participation from students from more than 100 countries and regions. Ambassadors from Jordan, Venezuela, Grenada, Cuba, Thailand, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Mexico also attended the opening ceremony.Ambassador Kalandia expressed a belief that cooperation in the field of higher education is an important direction to promote…