Even China had a Eurovision party

Beijing, a sister city of Copenhagen’s since June 2012, was invited alongside Malmø and Hamburg, to be a partner city during Eurovision week, and last week on Thursday the Chinese Embassy co-hosted cultural activities at Højbro Plads to mark the occasion, which included dancers and dancing pandas.

Pictured above are (left-right) Chinese ambassador Liu Biwei, Yan Zhongqiu, a vice-president of Beijing’s local municipality, and Lord Mayor Frank Jensen.

 





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