Broadcast of Chinese TV series commemorated

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Union Minister for Information Dr. Pe Myint delivers a speech at the ceremony of Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV) to commemorate the joint broadcasting of a Chinese TV series. Photo: MNA

A ceremony was held yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw at Myanma Radio and Television (MRTV) to commemorate the joint broadcasting of a Chinese TV series by MRTV and a Chinese broadcaster.
Today, the Chinese TV series “Mingalaba Chung” is being broadcast with Myanmar voice dubbing. The series, popular in China, depicts the overcoming of life’s difficulties with strength and determination that is expected to be equally popular with Myanmar audiences, said Dr. Pe Myint, the Union Minister for  Information.
As part of the agreement, a recording studio signboard was also set up and commemorated yesterday.
At the ceremony,  Dr. Pe Myint delivered a welcoming speech, noting that Myanmar and China have a long history of cooperation in the information sector and other sectors in Myanmar.
In keeping with an agreement between Guangxi TV (GXBS) and MRTV, the two stations sent representatives on study tours between 2013 and 2015 and, based on discussions held during these visits, additional agreements were signed, including an agreement on jointly broadcasting a Chinese TV programme. Through such joint broadcasting, MRTV programmes will become more complete and support the transition to Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) while increasing relations between the two organisations.
As part of yesterday’s commemoration, Ms. Fan Xioali, the Guangxi Autonomous Region party permanent committee member, gave words of thanks.
A trailer of “Mingalaba Chung” was then shown, after which officials cut a ceremonial ribbon.
Afterward, Union Minister Dr. Pe Myint, Guangxi Autonomous Region party permanent committee member, minister of information Ms. Fan Xioali toured the recording studio.—MNA

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