Documentaries made by a group of youths from Myanmar and China on China's Yunnan province were screened in Myanmar's Yangon on Friday.
Under the training program "Future Communicator", a group of nine Myanmar youths joined the Chinese students from the School of Journalism, China's Yunnan University late 2018 to make the documentaries.
Cultural Counselor Tian Shanting of the Chinese Embassy in Yangon expressed his belief that the bilateral friendship between China and Myanmar could be strengthened through such training program jointly conducted by the two countries.
U Thein Naing, director of Myanmar Motion Picture Development Department under the Information Ministry, said, "The Information Ministry pledges to provide assistance if students from the School of Journalism, Yunnan University would come and join with Myanmar local youths for documentary portraying Myanmar's tradition and cultural heritage as well as beautiful sceneries."
Entitled "Beauty of Yunnan", "Myanmar Youths in Yunnan", "Animated Plants in Yunnan", "Technology in Your Sight", "Blossoming" and "Half A Month", the six documentaries made by the students from the two countries will be screened at Yangon's China Cultural Center for two weeks.
Shan Xiaohong, vice-dean of Yunnan University's School of Journalism, said that cooperation is the key in such exchange training programs and the documentaries showed the great success of the power of teamwork by Myanmar youths' creativity and Chinese students' efforts.
Friday's documentary exhibition was jointly organized by the School of Journalism, China's Yunnan University, Myanmar Golden Phoenix Chinese newspaper and China Cultural Center in Yangon.