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Photo and video festival features city’s changes
     2014-September-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Located in central Futian and surrounded by tall buildings, Shuiwei is home to neatly-dotted low apartment buildings. There are schools, parks, wet markets and an assortment of restaurants in the village. While some of its native residents remain there, Shuiwei’s population is dominated by immigrants.

    The photography festival was initiated by the district government. Its theme is: “Images are for recording the city and praising civilization.”

    The festival is part of Futian District’s ongoing campaign to become a “global village” — essentially a push to internationalize itself more.

    “We hope to open a gate linking the urban village to the world with the help of images ... and let our residents know more about the world,” Wu Jing, a member of the standing committee of the Futian District Committee of the Communist Party of China, said at Friday’s opening ceremony.

    Detailed schedules of the festival can be acquired at the festival organizer’s WeChat account, 福田国际城区影像节 (in pinyin: “Futian Guoji Cheng Qu Yingxiang Jie”)

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