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From March 8 to March 25, an exhibition of Li Ruiran's photographs is being held at Guangzhou Archives.

Updated:1363942669Source:Guangzhou Morning Post

From March 8 to March 25, an exhibition of Li Ruiran's photographs is being held at Guangzhou Archives. It is the first photography exhibition organized by the archives to display works from a grass-root citizen.

Li Ruiran, a late retired teacher, lived in Guangzhou for 60 years. He had captured the city's beauty and changes through his camera since 1993. Among a total of 60,000 photos donated to the archives, 160 photos have been selected for this exhibition to show Li's deep love for the city and the development of Guangzhou.

Venue: No. 6 exhibition room, 3rd floor, Guangzhou Archives, No. 33 Xi Wu Lu, Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center
              大学城西五路33号广州市国家档案馆三楼第六展厅
Date & Time: 9am-4pm (weekdays), 10am-4pm (weekends), closed on Wednesday, March 8 to March 25
Free admission (valid IDs are needed)


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Editor:Lynus Tan
 
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