Pak-China one nation, share physical boundaries, have brotherly relations: Yao Jing


Staff Reporter

Ambassador of China to Pakistan Yao Jing has said that Pakistan and China are one nation as we not only share the physical boundaries but also have brotherly relation.
He was speaking during his visit to Peak Montessori and High School Rawalpindi on Tuesday where a ceremony was organized in connection with the 70th National Day of China. The students presented beautiful Cultural performances in the Honor of China’s Ambassador and also cut a cake.
Ambassador Yao Jing said that we are having many trade projects contributing in the mutual development of Pakistan and China.
He expressed the importance of CPEC by claiming that around 20,000 students can go to China for higher studies annually. He focused on the importance of education and he said that students must pay attention to their studies, as they are the bright future of not only the Pakistan, but also the world.
Principal Muhammad Ibraheem said that the Chinese government is bearing all kind of expenses of almost 216 Ex- Chinese students, studying at Peak Montessori and High School.
He talked about importance of Chinese language and said that his school is teaching Chinese language as well.
They both believed that relationship of Pakistan and China will become stronger in future.
At the end Principal Muhammad Ibraheem paid his gratitude to the ambassador for visiting the school.
Abdul Rahim Khan Chairman Ex-Chinese Association, President Nasir Khan and Senior Vice President Ehsan Qadir Pasha also thanked the Ambassador for his efforts for Ex-Chinese Community.

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