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United Nations Commutech Group (UNCG) Hosts International and Chinese Cultural Activities Exchange Month Bulletin
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According to the World Alliance for Chinese (WAC), United Nations Commutech Group (UNCG), Chief of External Relations and Partnerships Section Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), and the Director of OCHA meeting on June 28, the WAC and the UNCG will contribute more to humanitarian relief. Thus, after their event “ 2012 United Nations Commutech Group Empowering Underprivileged Women -- Humanitarian Relief & Art Exhibition of Traditional Chinese Paintings by Jin Xu” on August 7, starting August 8, 2012, they will be hosting an International and Chinese Cultural Activities Exchange month. During this period of time, UNCG will invite performing organizations and individuals from different countries and host a wide range of cultural and artistic performances, art exhibitions, fashion shows, and a variety of talent shows. At the same time, this will create a foundation for an international and Chinese cultural exchange as well as allow the participants of the program to be able to contribute to the United Nations’ humanitarian relief and the assisting under-privileged women and children causes with more strength and responsibility.
In 2002, the United Nations’ Under-Secretary-General launched the “Millennium Project,” with the objective to develop a specific plan of action in order to achieve the “Millennium Development Goals” and to reduce the impact that hunger, poverty, and disease have on billions of people. The WAC and the UNCG, as the first Chinese civil organizations of the United Nations, have responsibilities and obligations towards the Millennium Project. As declared in the United Nations’ Millennium Project: everyone in this world shares a mutual dependence with each other, and should therefore help each other; for many participating working teams, secretariats, national non-governmental sectors, and charity organizations, this is a work of love.
Therefore, the WAC and the UNCG, specifically through media campaigning, encourage any national groups, civil organizations, and individuals, who wish to attend the International and Cultural Chinese Activities Exchange Month to sign up. The UNCG exhibition and conference hall will serve as a nonprofit venue for the activities, to accommodate and support the participants of the International and Chinese Cultural Activities Exchange Month.
The participants of the International and Chinese Cultural Activities Exchange Month should clear their schedule after 5:00pm, in order to participate and enjoy the activities with the national officials and employees of the United Nations Headquarters.
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