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Lao-Chinese ‘Blooming Champa’ Filming Kicks Off


 


 January 5th, 2017  |  10:34 AM  |   1751 views

LAOS

 

​The filming of the first ever Lao-Chinese film, “Champa Ban,” or blossoming champa (frangipani), officially kicked off on December 31, 2016.

 

An official ceremony to mark the launching of the filming project was held in the presence of Director of Lao National Television Bounchao Phichit, the film producer Jo Yian, and the actors and actresses of the film.

 

The project is being undertaken to celebrate the 55th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Laos and China.

 

The film will portray the beautiful love between a couple who comprise a Lao and a Chinese that reflects friendship. The film will also portray the beauty of the nature, culture and traditions, as well as the livelihoods of people in Laos and China along with well-known tourist attractions in the two countries.

 


 

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