Under the guidance of People's Daily and the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (CSCLF), the 6th CSR Chinese Cultural Award cum the 1st Chinese Cultural Public Forum hosted by the National Humanity History magazine was held successfully in the China Soong Ching Ling Science & Culture Center for Young People on January 13.
Wang Jiarui, Vice-Chairman of the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and Chairman of CSCLF, Li Jiaxiang, Deputy Director of the Committee of Culture, History and Stuey of CPPCC, Zhang Shouying, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of People's Daily, Jing Dunquan, Vice Chairman of CSCLF, Yang Liwei, Deputy Chief Designer of China's Manned Space Program, Zhen Yan, former Vice Chairman of the All-China Women's Federation, Mao Lei, head of People's Daily Macau Branch, and Wang Xiangyu, Editor-in-Chief of the National Humanity History magazine and other KOLs attended the ceremony.
Zhang Shouying, Jing Dunquan, and Li Jiaxiang delivered speeches respectively.
Chinese Cultural Exchange Association (Macau) won the Best Impact Project Award.
The Cultural Exchange Week of International Youth organized by the China Soong Ching Ling Science & Culture Center for Young People and China Everbright Bank Co., Ltd, and the non-profit program Modou Mama of Alibaba Group won the Outstanding Contribution Awards.
Zhuhai Huafa Public Foundation won the Best Strategy Award.
The TV show National Treasure won the Annual Media Responsibility Award.
Norbu Sida and Cun Fabiao won the Outstanding Contribution Figures.
Zhao Pu, a renowned host and scholar, won the Award for Leading Figure.
The program of Miao Embroidery of CSCLF, and "Dating with Genius Mama" of China Women's Development Foundation won the Best Innovative Practice Awards.
China Gold Coin Incorporation and the "Little Master" intangible cultural heritage program won the Best Social Engagement Awards.
At the ceremony, Li Ran from Beijing Performance & Arts Group and her pupils presented an excellent Peking Opera performance.
(Source: National Humanity History)