To celebrate the 2015 IDB-IIC Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors which is to be held from March 26-29, 2015, in Busan, and welcome roughly 3,000 participants including member nations’ finance ministers, central bank presidents, corporate representatives, financiers and journalists from Latin America & the Caribbean area, a cultural exchange week will be held from March 21-30 at the Busan Cinema Center and showcase various Latin cultural programs.
Diverse cultural events including a Latin American film festival, Latin American art exhibition, an amateur photo contest and exhibition on Latin America, Latin culture lecture, as well as a Latin dance festival will be held from March 21-30 at the Busan Cinema Center.
○ Period: March 21 – 30, 2015
○ Venue: Busan Cinema Center
○ Free admission
Korea-LAC (Latin America and the Caribbean) Film Festival: March 21-30
Encounter Latin & Korean Modern Arts in Busan: March 21-30
2015 Latin Sun’s Festival & Latin Sun’s Show: March 28-29
Open Class on Latin American Culture: March 26-28
Amateur Photo Contest on Latin America: March 25-30
○ Hosted by: Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Busan Metropolitan City
○ Organized by: Korean Council on Latin America & the Caribbean, Busan Cinema Center
○ For more info.: 02-539-4871 / www.latinamerica.kr / www.idb2015.kr
Source: Busan City News
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