CICG executive attends Kazakhstan cultural event
A cultural festival hosted by the Embassy of Kazakhstan in China opened on Saturday in Beijing, along with the launch of digital avatars that symbolize China-Kazakhstan friendship among the youth.
Lu Cairong, vice president of China International Communications Group (CICG), addresses a Kazakhstan cultural event in Beijing on Nov. 25, 2023. [Photo/CICG]
Lu Cairong, vice president of China International Communications Group (CICG), attended the event and delivered a speech. He said CICG is committed to promoting cultural exchange and mutual learning between China and other countries, and has established strong collaboration mechanisms with the Kazakh government, media, think tanks, and other institutions. He noted that the newly launched digital avatars would be a new platform for cultural exchange between the youth of both countries.
CICG will collaborate with the Kazakh government and cultural institutions to build platforms and facilitate collaboration in order to enhance people-to-people exchange and cultural cooperation between China and Kazakhstan, Lu added.
Digital avatars that symbolize China-Kazakhstan friendship among the youth is unveiled in Beijing on Nov. 25, 2023. [Photo/CICG]
The digital avatars were jointly initiated by the Embassy of Kazakhstan in China, the Center for International Cultural Communication under CICG, and the Zhongguancun Science Fiction Industry Innovation Center. Created by young talent from China and Kazakhstan, these digital characters symbolize the profound friendship between the youth of the two countries.