Commemorative stamps to be launched to mark Sino-Pak 70 years of diplomatic ties

Observer Report

Marking 70 years of China-Pakistan diplomatic ties, both countries are set to issue commemorative stamps on May 21 to honour the relations between the two countries.

According to China Economic Net (CEN), China has decided, in cooperation with Pakistan, to issue a set of commemorative stamps which include two pieces, featuring Zhuhai Port, China and Gwadar Port, Pakistan, says State Port Bureau of China.

As many as 7.1 million units of the commemorative set will be in circulation from May 21.
The stamps contain distinctive elements of Zhuhai Port and Gwadar Port.

Setting blue as the characteristic hue, artists used graphic design techniques to present the beautiful scenery of the two ports through a bird ‘s-eye view.

The stamps are special-shaped, with two stamps being linked together, forming the visual effect of waves undulating and flags flying.

Up in the left-hand corner is the name of the stamp combined with red/green, the basic colors of the national flags of China/Pakistan. Overall the design is simple and smooth, full of dynamic.

Zhuhai, one of the earliest 4 special economic zones of China, is now listed as one of the Key Cities of Greater Bay Area Cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area.

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