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                  A New Chapter in Bilateral Ties
                  April 27, Wuhan, Hubei Province: Chinese President Xi Jinping shakes hands with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during their visit to an exhibition of cultural relics.
                  President Xi met with Prime Minister Modi that day, saying that he expected their two-day informal meeting to open a new chapter in bilateral ties. “The great cooperation between our two great countries can influence the world,” Xi said. He suggested that both sides should look at the complete picture of Sino-Indian ties from a strategic perspective, so as to ensure that relations between the two countries always proceed in the right direction.
                  Modi said that the informal meeting has a historic significance. He called on the two sides to increase mutual understanding, and work together to deal with global issues and challenges using the wisdom of the two countries.
                  Multilingual Versions of 2nd Volume of Xi’s Book on Governance Launched in London
                  April 11, London: Britain’s Prince Andrew (fourth left), the Duke of York, unveils the multilingual versions of the second volume of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China with Jiang Jianguo (third right), minister of China’s State Council Information Office, at the launch ceremony.
                  The new book, published in traditional Chinese characters, English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Arabic and Portuguese, was launched at a ceremony attended by about 300 political and business leaders, academics, and representatives of publishing agencies from 14 countries and regions during the London Book Fair.
                  The book contains a collection of 99 articles, including Xi’s speeches, conversations, instructions and congratulatory messages, dated between August 2014 and September 2017.
                  Respect to Cinema
                  April 15, Beijing: Chinese-American singer and actor LeeHom Wang and his team pay respect to Chinese films and filmmakers on the red carpet before the opening ceremony of the 8th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF).
                  The 8th annual BJIFF commenced that day at the Yanqi Lake International Convention and Exhibition Center. During the week-long festival from April 15 to 22, a total of 328 films were screened and nearly 100 related events were held in Beijing.   A total of 15 films, selected from over 650 submissions from 71 countries and regions, were shortlisted for the Tiantan Award, the highest awards at the festival, including domestic productions Hold Your Hands and Operation Red Sea.
                  Wuzhen Temple Fair
                  April 1, Tongxiang, Zhejiang Province: A boat race is held during a temple fair in the historic town of Wuzhen.
                  Wuzhen, about 125 kilometers from Hangzhou, is a typical water town along the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. For centuries, during the Qingming Festival (around April 5), farmers from nearby villages gathered at the temples to pray and at the fairs to enjoy entertainment. In the past, the silk farming business was an important pillar of the town’s economy.
                  Today, these practices have become part of the local tourism programs during April every year. The unique and diverse folk arts, including the silkworm festival, boat races, boat deck acrobatics and the intense boat boxing, attract many tourists from home and abroad.