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China state-of-the-art opening takes over Seychelles China Day

China state-of-the-art opening takes over Seychelles China Day ( Chinese martial arts, folklore dances, and face changing from “Chengdu” and “Shunde” Arts Troupes moved the audience at the Seychelles-China Day’s official opening at the Eden Bleu hotel, the Islands’ high-end business establishment.

The President of the Republic, James Michel, who was the guest of honor of this second Seychelles-China Day; Chinese Ambassador to Seychelles Yin Lixian; Alain St.Ange, Minister for Tourism and Culture; and high government officials gave a standing ovation for these unparalleled artistic talents. In a true spirit of the Chinese culture, the National Choir, directed by Mrs. Lownam, a Chinese national living in Seychelles, gave a stunning performance.

Eden Bleu’s conference center was decorated with Chinese lanterns, while the colors of red and white emerged as a dominant theme and could not have been more accommodating to stage this year’s Seychelles-China Day.

For this year, the Seychelles-China Day’s organizing committee invested immensely for a state-of-the-art official opening.

Eden Bleu was, therefore, duly fitting to add a touch of glamour to this event.

Ambassador Yin declared in her speech that China Day is the right platform to “bridge the Seychelles- Chinese culture” and “forge mutual understanding” between the two nations. Ambassador Lixian claimed “long distance separates no good friends.” Indeed these words were further reinforced in the speech of Alain St.Ange, Minister for Tourism and Culture.

Declaring open China Day, Minister St.Ange saluted the event, saying the country understood at an early stage that “culture could become one of its unique selling points (USPs).”

He added that it was President James Michel’s call to put Seychelles culture “at the heart of tourism development” and “to look at the people in order to sell the country” that motivated this endeavor.

Minister St.Ange concluded his speech thanking “the Chinese government for this spirit of cooperation” and for the Chinese ambassador to take “full responsibility of Seychelles-China Day to make it a success.”

Closing this chapter for the Seychelles-China Day official launching with a rich Chinese banquet, the committee is looking at a much bigger picture for its forthcoming China Day.

The 2016 Seychelles-China Day celebration is set to open at the Chinese Pagoda, presently under re-construction. The pagoda is for Seychelles Chinese community an iconic place of ritual and good virtues.


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