10th anniversary exhibition to open in Beijing on Friday


The Decade of Achievements Exhibition for the 10th Anniversary of the Macao Special Administrative Region (MSAR) will open in Beijing on Friday. The Chief Executive, Mr Edmund Ho Hau Wah, will lead a 100-strong delegation to the capital on Thursday to attend the opening ceremony. The delegation includes the Third-term Chief Executive Mr Chui Sai On and his wife, some principal officials, members of the Executive Council and the Legislative Assembly, heads of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in Macao, Macao’s deputies to the National People’s Congress and members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, as well as dignitaries from the community. The exhibition, which occupies about 1,400 square metres at the Capital Museum, will be open to the public from 12 December to 13 January next year. The exhibition aims to showcase the changes, developments and progress made by Macao in different fields, thereby reflecting the boundless vitality of the principles of “One country, two systems”, “Macao people governing Macao” and a high degree of autonomy, as well as Macao people’s deep-rooted love for their country and the MSAR. It is also intended to project an even brighter future for the MSAR. The exhibition features a rich variety of innovative displays by blending multimedia content with interactive elements. Through a creative combination of text, pictures, video, music, objects, lighting, sound effects and scale models, it gives visitors an all-round experience of the decade-long journey taken by the MSAR since its establishment.



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