On April 12, a commemorative envelope with special significance made its debut at the special event of presenting Hubei by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, showcasing the heroic and charming Hubei Province to the world.
The main image of the commemorative envelope is a scenery photo of Han River and Yangtze River in Wuhan. From near to far, there are six bridges over Yangtze River, including Yangsigang Yangtze River Bridge. Under the photo is the name of this special event written both in Chinese and English Presenting Hubei Province to the World - Special Event of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs · Heroic Hubei: Reborn for New Glories. There are two stamps on the commemorative envelope. One is the stamp of China High-Speed Railways (2010-29), with Wuhan Tianxingzhou Yangtze River Bridge as the background. Tianxingzhou Yangtze River Bridge, constructed from September 2004 and opened to the public in December 2009, is the largest highway-railway bridge in the world. The other is the stamp of Three Gorges Project of Yangtze River · Electric Power Generation (2003-21). The Three Gorges Project, located in Yichang, Hubei Province, is the largest hydropower station in the world. A commemorative postmark is stamped on the stamps. The postmark consists of the name of the special event and four hands clasped together which symbolizes unity and like mind.
At the special event, guests from all over the world also received the maximum postcards of Heroic Hubei: Reborn for New Glories. This set of maximum postcards contains ten pieces, which are divided into two themes: Beautiful Hubei and Achievements in Construction. Scanning the QR code on the postcards with a mobile phone, one can appreciate a scenery video named Hubei, amazingly beautiful in four seasons.