Bandaranaike International Conference Building was built and presented by the Chinese government in the 1970s. It is one of the landmark buildings in Colombo. It is generally used for convening major international conferences. There are statues of Chairman Mao and Premier Zhou in the building.
Bandaranaike International Conference Building, completed in May 1973 by the Chinese Government with gratuitous assistance to Sri Lanka, is located in the central area of Beta District, Colombo. It is one of the city's landmark buildings. It is mostly used for convening international conferences, opposite the Chinese Embassy. The building uses octagonal plane and 48 snow-white marble pillars to form an outer corridor, with large eaves and latticed transparent outer walls. It is light and cheerful, full of tropical architectural style and local characteristics. It has been built and put into use for more than 30 years and plays an important role in Sri Lanka's social life. Later, the commemoration of Sirimavo Bandaranaike Exhibition Center and Bandaranaike International Research Center were completed in January and April 2003, respectively, with the assistance of the Chinese government. They form a unified whole with the building and are known as the "symbol of Sino-Sri Lankan friendship".
Bandaranaike International Conference Building is a gift from the People's Republic of China to Sri Lanka. It is also a very special building in Sri Lanka, where statues of Chairman Mao and Premier Zhou are stored. We went to visit them that day and they were going to have a graduation ceremony. It was a grand occasion.
Bandaranaike International Conference Center is located in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, opposite the Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka obliquely. It is built in China with great momentum. It is worth mentioning that on the side of the square outside the conference center, a Mercedes-Benz is parked. It is said that it is an old car with few stock.
Bandaranaike International Conference Building - located in the heart of Colombo. This magnificent building, one of Colombo's landmarks, was donated by the Chinese government when Premier Zhou Enlai visited Ceylon in 1973. This lofty conference hall is equivalent to our Great Hall of the People and a symbol of Sino-Sri Lankan friendship.
Bandaranaike International Conference Building, located in the central area of Beta District, Colombo, is a magnificent and magnificent landmark building built by the Chinese government with gratuitous assistance to Sri Lanka. It has played an important role in Sri Lanka's social life since it was put into use for 40 years. The Exhibition Centre and international research centre constructed by the latter have formed a unified whole and are known as China and Sri Lanka. The symbol of friendship is the Chinese Embassy across the street.
This is a building symbolizing Sino-Sri Lankan friendship. When Premier Zhou Enlai visited Sri Lanka for the second time in 1964, the then Prime Minister's wife Bandaranaike proposed to China that in order to meet the summit of the Non-Aligned Countries held in Sri Lanka in 1976, Premier Zhou would be able to build an international conference center. In the 1970s, under the influence of the Cultural Revolution and the instability of domestic politics and economy, construction began in 1970 and was completed in 1973. It has been more than 40 years now. It plays an important role in Sri Lanka's political and social life. The Mercedes-Benz in the picture is Sri Lanka's first bus.
Bandaranaike International Conference Building is a white octagonal building, one of Colombo's landmarks. It was built with the free assistance of the Chinese government. It is known as the "symbol of Sino-Sri Lankan friendship" and has played an important role in Sri Lanka's life for 30 years. It is mostly used for convening international conferences. The building is magnificent and spectacular.