By Our Reporter
Chinese Ambassador Mrs. Yu Hongsaid that Nepal can be benefited from the OBOR (One Belt One Road) initiatives which have five main important aspects besides physical infrastructural connectivity.
She made such a remark last week at a meeting with the office bearers of the China Study Center, a Think-Tank of Nepal on Nepal-China relations.
Ambassador Yu, also extended thanks to acting chairman of the Center SundarNathBhattarai and office bearers for their efforts in promoting Nepal-China relations at the people-to-people level.
She appreciated the contributions made by China Study Center for its valuable efforts in promoting friendly relations between the two countries.
More efforts are needed for further ameliorating the existing relations and China Study Center is expected to make constant efforts in carrying out the task to a more research oriented domains, she said.
The meeting was attended by senior economists, former ambassadors, business entrepreneurs, cultural and academic scholars and researchers, senior members, advisors and friends of China Study Center.
The Center aims at promotion of cooperation in conceivable areas of mutual interest through disseminations of knowledge-based information to each other at the people’s level between Nepal and China.
A China Book Center recently established in the premises of the China Study Center in cooperation with China International Information Group (CIPG) under State Council Information Office is expected to cater to the quest of Nepalese intellectuals on the authentic information on China.
The Center is also engaged into translating celebrated Chinese books in Nepali, had recently published Nepali editions of a book on “My Father Deng Xiaoping: The War Years” by madam Deng Rong and the most recent one was on “Xi Jinping: The Governance of China”.
OBOR to benefit Nepal: Chinese envoy
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