On June 6, 2011, in Monte-Carlo, H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco attended opening ceremony for the 51st Annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival held at the Grimaldi Forum.
This well known and fun event is where a bunch of studio heads, producers, directors, production companies, and actors come together to schmooze, try to one up each other, and to be oh so cool for about a week. The festival also includes:
… the international television programme competition and The Golden Nymph Awards, premiere screenings, a cutting-edge conference agenda, glamorous receptions and parties organised by major networks and studios – all of which contribute to the magical atmosphere of Monte-Carlo.
To learn more about the 51st Annual Monte-Carlo Television Festival please click the link here. To view photos please click the link here.
On June 6, 2011, H.R.H. Princess Maxima of the Netherlands visited an art exhibit “… at Lange Voorhut in The Hague…”, according to PPE. The sculpture exhibit, entitled ‘The Hague Under the Heavens’, showcases contemporary Chinese sculptures by nine different artists.
The title of the exhibit, ‘The Hague Under the Heavens’, comes from a proverb by Confucius. According to the official website for the sculpture exhibit, Den Haag Sculptuur.nl:
The exhibition will be presented under the title The Hague under the Heavens, referring to the Chinese Tian Xia or All under Heaven, one of the cornerstones of the Chinese Confucian worldview, based on trust in a world of harmony between heaven, earth and humanity, as long as everyone keeps to his or her assigned role in society. (source)
To view images of Princess Maxima of the Netherlands during today’s event please click the link here. To learn more about the artists, their works as well as to learn how the title of the exhibit came about please click the link here.