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Exhibition to promote environmental protection
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Souknilundon Southivongnorath

Beijing, China – A photo exhibition held in Beijing last week reflected the environmental work of Chinese government and the involving of its local people on environmental protection.

China Forum of Environmental Journalist and DuPont China Holding Company Limited have set up the 3rd DuPont Cup Photograph exhibition in Beijing to award prize and cup to some good photographers on October 28.

The exhibition featured various angles of photos related to biodiversity, ecosystem and poverty relief.

During the opening ceremony, Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection Mr Pan Yue said that the Chinese government paid important to this International Year of Biodiversity 2010 theme ‘Biodiversity is life. Biodiversity is our life’.

“This exhibition will be an activity involve on the international year to integrate biodiversity prevention and the management of ecosystem as well as to promote local people involving on these.

He said this is not only the work of the government, local and foreign environmental experts, but people are a major key on these activities, as well as the government also trying the best to provide more policy to match with the work.

At the 3rd DuPont Cup Photograph exhibition, there are very good and nice photos from those hundreds photographers around the countries including journalists and students. Each photo telling the meaningful of environment in China as well as the proceed of government work on the environmental protection.

During the ceremony, there are more than 60 photographers and students from the Beijing Photograph school, which is the highlight of the ceremony.

Most of those students were not more than 15-year-old participating the ceremony with their camera, some were professional camera.

Some student told Vientiane Times that it was great opportunity for them to attend this event because they still young and love to be photographers so they would gain more and more experience to be good photographers in the future.

Most of them were led by their teachers explaining them each photo about the meaning and experience on how to take good photo like the exhibition.

Souknilundon is a Lao journalist working at the China Forum of Environmental Journalists under an exchange programme supported by the Norwegian government.

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