Bulgarian Parliament delegation and GAC event in Beijing
By 2014-01-06 GAC
President of the Bulgarian National Assembly Mihail Mikov opened in Beijing an exhibition of artist Angel Geshev that focuses on the relationship between Chinese characters and Glagolitic letters. On Dec 12, 2013, Mikov led a delegation on an official visit to China.
The General Manager of GAC, David Zhang and Director International Relations, Milen Marinov, one of the representatives of Bulgarian citizen who lives in Beijing and has worked with GAC for many years, took part in the wreath laying ceremony. Since the establishment of the company, GAC has always been paying great attention to various kinds of social and cultural events and activities, and playing an important role in the exchange of talents, language experts and cross-cultural communication.
On 15th December, Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament Mihail Mikov and the rest of his delegation members presented wreaths to the statue of Hristo Botev – Bulgarian national hero and poet – in Chaoyang Park in eastern Beijing. He also took part in the opening ceremony of the art exhibition of Bulgarian artist Angel Geshev. Chinese experts in Bulgarian language, families and friends of Bulgarian citizens who live in Beijing also attended this event.
At the end of the ceremony, Go Abroad China’s management team – David Zhang and Milen took advantage of this precious opportunity to engage with Mihail Mikov and took some pictures with him and other members of his delegation.
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