Egypt: The Chinese Culture and Tourism Minister, HU Heping, was on his visit to Egypt and attended the Chinese-Egyptian National Concert held at Pyramid of Giza on 3rd April 2023 and was welcomed by the Minister of Culture of Egypt, Nevine Al Kilani. Chinese Minister concluded his visit following his visit to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC) in Fustat.
At the end of his official visit to Egypt, HU Heping, the Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism, and his accompanying delegation visited the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat. He met with the government officials during his visit to the NMEC and exchanged ideas with one another based on tourism enhancement for both nations.
In addition, they were received by Ahmed Ghanim, the executive president of the museum’s board, who accompanied them on an introductory tour, during which he reviewed the architectural design and the enormous potential of the museum from theatre and cinema. And a mall and training halls.
During his visit, he also informed them about the philosophy of the display and the external panorama overlooking the museum, especially Ain Al-Saira Lake, as well as the cultural and educational activities that the museum has been doing since its opening within the framework of its cultural and social role.
Furthermore, Marian Adel Amina Museum explained the contents of the archaeological museum in the central exhibition hall, the royal mummies hall, and the Egyptian textile hall, which talks about the Egyptian civilization through the ages with the latest museum exhibitions in the world, said reports.
At the end of the visit, Ahmed Ghanim presented souvenirs to the Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism, expressing the bonds of friendship and cooperation between the two countries, which in turn expressed his great happiness with this visit and wrote a word in the museum’s visit book commemorating this visit.
During the end of his visit, it was conveyed that the Chinese Minister of Culture and Tourism visited a number of archaeological sites and museums during his four-day official visit to Egypt, in which he visited the Karnak Temples, the Temple of Luxor, the Valley of Kings and Queens, the Temple of the Sea Monasteries and the Statue of Luxor Governorate, the Pyramids of Giza and the Egyptian Museum of Liberation.