The Awards ceremony, presented to a sold-out audience, was followed by a screening of Japan's Weathering with You and a reception at the Fifty One Chinese Kitchen. We had an enthusiastic response by filmmakers across Asia creating an international window into the talents and visions of Asian filmmakers. Tonight's awards represent the very best of the festival and we are proud to spotlight these talented filmmakers. We look forward to continuing to present films which are exciting, original, exceptional and inspiring. AWFF once again partnered with The Snow Leopard Trust to raise awareness for the endangered snow leopard and its ecosystem in the high mountains of Asia. All films that participate in the Festival will have a unique chance to be guided through the challenging awards season, and showcased for the Motion Picture Academy, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and all Guilds for enhanced exposure, media attention and awards consideration.
Asian World Film Festival Includes Features from Japan
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Over the last two and a half decades, the Group has built up an established track record in operational excellence and in undertaking and completing numerous iconic and critical infrastructure development projects throughout Myanmar. These include roads and highways, airports, ports, power plants and telecommunication towers. Many of AWC's projects have pioneered the standards of safety and advancement of the infrastructure sector in Myanmar and made lasting contributions to the country and its people. Asia World Company "AWC" is committed to engaging and nurturing the community and has been active in many community activities such as disaster relief, humanitarian aid and educational programs.
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Under Chinese stewardship, the bank would tackle the slow development in poor countries that was holding the region back from becoming the wealth center of the world. Xi in the corridor. Kerry said of the bank, according to Chinese and American aides briefed on the encounter. The United States worries that China will use the bank to set the global economic agenda on its own terms, forgoing the environmental protections, human rights, anticorruption measures and other governance standards long promoted by its Western counterparts. But the administration suffered a humiliating diplomatic defeat last spring when most of its closest allies signed up for the bank, including Britain, Germany, Australia and South Korea.