By Our Reporter
Embassy of Nepal in Beijing, China with the support of Chinese Culture Translation and Studies Support and Beijing Language and Culture University hosted the event around the theme of ‘Cultural Exchanges and Mutual Learning among Civilizations’ on 21 December.
During the event, two books on China ‘Trans-Himalayan Silk Road’ and ‘Aloukik China’ published in Nepali language and written by former ambassador and senior foreign relations expert Hiranya Lal Shrestha and journalist Ajaya Aloukik Shrestha, respectively, were unveiled jointly by Nepal’s Ambassador to China Leela Mani Paudyal, Nepal Academy Chancellor Ganga Prasad Uprety, and Chinese Culture Translation and Studies Support Director Huang Zuoyue.
‘Trans-Himalayan Silk Road’ is a book about China’s Belt and Road Initiatives where ‘Aloukik China’ is about living experiences as well as a collection of stories through journalism. Writer Aloukik works for China Radio International, CRI and have a quite long experience there.
The writer Aloukik is pretty much sure that portray of his personal experiences and stories about China helps to them who are eagerly wants to know about ancient neighbor, china. In addition, he also collected some 32 pictures of Vivid China, in this book which was taken by himself. ‘Aloukik China’ has been published by Bhundipuran Publications, Nepal.
At the program, CCCTS also announced that these two books will be translated in Chinese language.
On the occasion, Nepal’s Ambassador Leela Mani Paudyal, Chancellor Uprety, CCCTS Director Huang Zhuoyue and former Chinese ambassador to Nepal Li Debiao and a number of distinguished guests from Nepal and China highlighted on Nepal-China cultural relations.
Two Nepali books on China released in Beijing
By Our Reporter