Chinese Embassy has launched a short video content in collaboration with the popular video application Likee to celebrate the 70th anniversary of China-Pakistan Diplomatic relations.

In a statement issued, the embassy said that the video contest is being introduced on the theme of “70 years of Togetherness”.

Starting from October, the video contest will have a three-month preliminary phase and one-month finale. The contest will end in January 2022, the statement said.

It added that every month a single theme would be followed and for the month of October, the theme is ‘My Story with China’. At the end of every month, 18 top videos will be selected after a thorough process for a reward.

 

The videos selected during period of three months will be directly admissible to the final round, while at the end of the contest five videos will be highlighted as the best work shared during the contest.

The notification issued by the embassy encouraged people to participate in the contest by shooting short videos with the hashtag #MyStoryWithChina on Likee by October 25. “Join now and a prize pool of over Rs2 million awaits!” it added.

The notification detailed the application process asking people to download the Likee app from Google Play or App Store and record or upload a video and enter #MyStoryWithChina in the input box to post it.

Furthermore, it informed that the topics for each month will be released by “Likee official” and the users will join the activity by uploading videos with them.

From : pk.mashable.com

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