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2009-02-03: [source:The Island] Deyata Kirula Exhibition tomorrow
2008-07-24: [source:Daily News] SAARC Summit a platform to promote tourism
2003-04-20: [source:Observer] Sirimavo Bandaranaika Memorial Exhibition & Convention centre - Official Opening on May 17
1999-05-22: [source:Daily News] Tree Planting Campaign at BMICH
1999-05-07: [source:Daily News] BMICH to get exhibition hall and international study centre
1999-05-07: International Exhibition Centre at BMICH
1999-05-01: [source:Lake House] BMICH’s enhanced majesty
1998-05-09: [source:Weekend Express] B.M.I.C.H. – 25th anniversary
1983-05-21: [source:SUN] Tenth Anniversary of BMICH
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10/05/1998: Another outright gift from Chinese Govt - Modern convention hall next door to BMICH

Another Modern Exhibition and Convention Hall, to hold local and international exhibitions is to be constructed, adjoining the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall.(BMICH), Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo.
The government of the people’s Republic of China, will undertake the architectural and technical supervision of the construction, which is again an outright gift of the Chinese Government. Construction work on the land of 4000 squares feet in extent will commence in April next year. Around 750 stalls could be accommodated in the new building, which will be of international standards.

A separate educational centre for the benefit of students and others who are keen to follow courses in the international languages will also come up in the vicinity.

A sum of Rs. 400 Million is estimated to be the cost of construction work.

Sri Lanka’s very first conference hall of international standards, the BMICH, was an outright gift in memory of Late Premier S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike in 1975.

Director General, BMICH Bandula Ekanayake told the Sunday Observer that, in addition to holding local and international exhibitions, the management of the BMICH has also decided to provide all facilities to young artists who wish to hold their shows.

[source:Lake House]