Dec 142017
Pakistan sports youth delegation visits China

BEIJING: A sports youth delegation comprising 91 members, including sports officials, is currently visiting China. The trip is sponsored by the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan and aimed at having better interaction with Chinese youth in the field of Sports.Pakistan Embassy in Beijing hosted a dinner in the honor of the visiting delegation. Speaking on the occasion, Pakistani ambassador to China Ambassador Masood Khalid said that approximately 22,000 (twenty-two thousand) Pakistani students are currently studying in China. “I am happy that there are opportunities to further enhance cooperation in education and support besides the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor,” the ambassador said. He added that success of the Chinese nation is hidden in four things: planning, implementation, monitoring, and hardworking. Ambassador Khalid advised the students to do their best in their relevant fields of studies and learn lessons from the Chinese society.Talking with Geo news, Joint Secretary of National History & literary Heritage Division Syed Junaid Akhlaq praised Chinese hospitality. He further said that this visit will provide benefits for visiting students to learn from Chinese culture and history.Deputy Director General (Admin) Pakistan Sports Board said that during their meeting with Chinese officials, they mutually agreed that both sides will support and promote sports diplomacy. The Deputy DG showed willingness to launch sports channels between the two countries, with the Chinese offering technical and infrastructure support. In the delegation, 40 students are those who got medals in different fields of sports. After two-day stay in Beijing, Pakistan youth sports delegation will leave for [Read More…]

Dec 092017
گوانگچو کے ہانگپو ضلع کی تشہیری وڈیو کا ٹائمز اسکوائر پر آغاز

وانگچو، چین، 8دسمبر 2017ء/سنہوا-ایشیانیٹ/– جیسا کہ 6سے 8دسمبر تک فورچیون گلوبل فورم 2017ء، جسے “عالمی معیشت کے لیے سب سے واضح اور براہ راست کھڑکی” کے طور پر جانا جاتا ہے، گوانگچو، چین میں ہو رہا ہے، “ہوانگپو -ہوپ”، گوانگچو کے ہوانگپو ضلع کے لیے ایک تشہیری وڈیو، 7دسمبر کو نیو یارک شہر کے ٹائمز اسکوائر پر پیش کی جائے گی جو ہوانگپو ضلع، گوانگچو، چین کی عوامی حکومت کے مطابق جدت طرازی کے بین الاقوامی مرکز کی حیثیت سے ماحول دوست شہر کے شہری حسن کو ظاہر کرنے کے لیے ہے۔ گوانگچو کے مشرق میں 486مربع کلومیٹرز کا احاطہ کرتا ہوا ضلع گوانگچو-شین چین سائنس اینڈ ٹیکنالوجی انوویشن کوریڈور اور گوانگڈونگ-ہانگ کانگ-مکاؤ گریٹر بے ایریا کے لیے “کشش کے میدان” کی حیثیت رکھتا ہے۔ ضلع گوانگ ڈونگ  میں جدت طرازی کے اہم علاقوں، جیسا کہ سینو-سنگاپور گوانگچو نالج سٹی، گوانگچو سائنس سٹی، گوانگچو انٹرنیشنل بایوٹیک آئی لینڈ، ہوانگپو اینڈ ینپو ایریا اور ہوانگپو پورٹ اکنامک زون کو تقویت دیتا ہے۔ یہ مختلف “آئی اے بی” منصوبوں کا میزبان ہے جیسا کہ جنوبی چین میں چائنا ٹیلی کام انوویشن انکوبیشن چین، ای ہینگ انٹیلی جنٹ ایئرکرافٹ انڈسٹریل بیس اور جی ای بایوٹیک پارک، تقریباً 700آر اینڈ ڈی اداروں، 3,400بیرونی ملکیت ادارے اور فورچیون گلوبل 500کمپنیز میں کے 150سے زیادہ منصوبے۔ اگست 2017ء میں کولڈ اسپرنگ ہاربر (گوانگچو) ریسرچ انسٹیٹیوشن اور ایک عالمی معیار کے بایوسائنس تعاون منصوبہ سائنٹیفک اینڈ ٹیکنالوجیکل اچیومنٹس ٹرانسفارمیشن سینٹر باضابطہ طور پر ہوانگپو ضلع میں قائم ہے۔ دنیا بھر سے 600سے زیادہ کارپوریشن چیف ایگزیکٹوز کاروباری [Read More…]

Nov 222017
?Pakistan, China to support each other on core issues?

ISLAMABAD: The 8th round of China-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue held here between Assistant Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou and Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua further strengthened consultation process… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Click for detailed story

Nov 192017
Tibet flag scandal mars China?s U-20 debut

BERLIN: China’s Under-20 team stormed off the pitch in the first in a series of friendlies against German fourth-division clubs as pro-Tibet activists demonstrated in Mainz.The Under-20 side is in Germany to play 16 friendlies against lower league clubs in an experiment, which runs until May, aimed at advancing the Asian superpower’s chances at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, but which has courted controversy.On their debut in Germany on Saturday, the Chinese juniors lost 3-0 to TSV Schott Mainz, watched by a 400-strong crowd plus five camera teams and 25 reporters.However, the game was halted for 25 minutes as the Chinese refused to continue after a group of six spectators hung out Tibetan flags.With the match being televised live in China, the juniors only agreed to continue after the protestors from ‘Tibet-Initiative Germany’ — four Tibetan refugees and two Germans — took down the flags.“We want to draw attention to the unlawful and violent occupation of Tibet and the suppression of fundamental human rights,” one of the activists told the German Press Agency. The incident left both the German FA and their Chinese visitors red-faced.“We cannot ban the protests, there is the right to freedom of expression here and certain rules apply,” said Ronny Zimmermann, vice-president of the German Football Association (DFB), which has organised the matches.“As a guest, you should be able to handle it calmly and stand above such actions.“However, we also want to be good hosts and as a result we are not happy with this incident. [Read More…]

Nov 142017
China juniors to play 16 German clubs

BERLIN: China’s Under-20 team will on Saturday play the first of 16 planned friendlies against German fourth-division opposition in a controversial experiment aimed at advancing the Asian superpower’s chances at the 2020 Olympics. China’s under-20 men’s national squad will play a series of friendly matches in Germany over the next six months to help develop them with an eye on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. In a distinctive red strip, with alternate colours of yellow and white, China’s under-20s will play clubs in Germany’s fourth-tier Regionalliga Suedwest (south-west regional league), but will not be included in the league table. Three teams have refused to face the Chinese, but the other 16 clubs in the 19-strong league will each be paid 15,000 euros ($17,634) for playing the under-20 team.It is the first time a junior national team will play a series of games against clubs in the German league pyramid. Click for detailed story

Nov 112017
Trailblazer Feng is China?s first world No 1 golfer

SHANGHAI: Feng Shanshan will be China’s first golfer ranked world number one after she claimed back-to-back wins with a thrilling victory at the Blue Bay LPGA on Saturday. No Chinese golfer, male or female, has ever topped the rankings before and her slice of history underlines the country’s growing heft in a sport that was banned under Mao Zedong. Feng, who started the week third in the world, is projected to rise to top spot at the expense of South Korean rookie Park Sung-Hyun, the LPGA said. Twenty-eight-year-old Feng’s ascent to the summit comes thanks to a nervy one-shot victory over Moriya Jutanugarn after the Thai’s birdie try on the 72nd hole lipped out, to the delight of the home crowd on the southern Chinese island of Hainan. Feng’s fellow Chinese players showered the trailblazer in water on the 18th green at Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Club. She told “I’m really, really excited and very proud of myself and I think it’s special because I won this tournament to become world number one. “I finished first in China, so I actually claimed the world number one in front of all the people at home,” said Feng.   Click for detailed story

Nov 042017

ZHENGZHOU: The Chinese government is offering preferential scholarships for Pakistani students as a part of its One Belt and One Road (OBOR) initiative and students are encouraged to apply. These remarks were made by Sias International University (SIU) President Dr Sikun Chen as he briefed a Pakistani media delegation visiting Henan province on Saturday. Dr Chen said they encouraged students from all OBOR countries to benefit from the scholarship scheme. 151 students to leave for China scholarship “Sixty per cent of awardees shall be from OBOR member states as per the directives of the Chinese government,” he added. He informed the delegation that 27,000 students, including 300 international academia from 25 countries are currently enrolled in the SIU. Dr Chen said two Pakistani students had already completed their degrees at the educational institute in this year. The university employs over 1,500 full-time faculty members which includes 135 full-time foreign teachers and also has the highest foreign faculty to student ratio in China. It offers degrees in nine disciplines which include liberal arts, science, engineering, economics, management, medicine, law, education and performing arts. The post OBOR initiative: Chinese govt rolls out scholarships for Pakistani students appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story

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