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Armando Soldaini, President of the Rome EXPO Bureau , Conference and Exhibition Center, visited Xiamen Olympic Museum


Publish date:2019-6-23   Pageview: 284


 

On the afternoon of June 23rd, 2019, Armando Soldaini,, President of Rome EXPO Bureau and  Conference and Exhibition Center, President of the Tourism Development Association of 33 Italy cities, President of special economic zone of Tuthi, Italy and winner of 2018 Beijing Great Wall Friendship Award, visited Xiamen Olympic museum. Our staff warmly welcomed him.

The staff showed the guests around the museum and viewed the collections, in front of the introduction wall of Mr.Ching-Kuo Wu, member of IOC, Chairman of IOC Culture and Olympic Heritage Commission, and curator of Xiamen Olympic museum, Armando Sodaini said, including Xiamen Olympic Museum, he had visited three Olympic theme museums established by Mr.Ching-Kuo Wu in China.

Mr. Armando Soldaini, was very interested in Chinese traditional culture. On the occasion of the temporary exhibition of Calligraphy and Painting Works of Artists From Across Straits Hosted in XOM to Celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People's Republic of China, the honourable guest appreciated the paintings and calligraphy on display,  deeply impressed by the extensive and profound Chinese culture.

The guests took photos in front of the calligraphy works of Mr. Yimin, Fu, director general of Xiamen Municipal Bureau of Sports .



Xiamen Olympic museum, one of the twenty-eight initial members of the International Olympic Museums Network, has been dedicated to the dissemination of Olympic culture and Olympic spirit since its opening.  Since the opening of the museum, the Olympic culture has been brought into the community, into the school, into special groups, and the Olympics has also been passed on to more teenagers and children. In the future, Xiamen Olympic museum will keep remembering its original intention and pass on more Olympic knowledge and culture to the public.

 

    

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