|Chinese Consulate General in Karachi Holds Chinese Culture Photo Exhibition in University of Karachi|
On April 22nd, 2013, the Chinese Cultural photo exhibition entitled "On the Wings of Culture", started in University of Karachi. Mr. Pan Qingjiang, Acting Consul General of China in Karachi, and Prof. Dr. Muhammad Qaiser, Vice Chancellor of University of Karachi, cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony of the photo exhibition. About 150 students and teachers from the university and guests attended the event.
In his speech during the opening ceremony, Acting Consul General Pan spoke highly of the long standing and time-tested friendly relationship between China and Pakistan, saying that with the increasing exchanges and co-operation between the two countries, mutual understanding and friendship between both peoples has been greatly deepening. Mr. Pan expressed the hope that the photo exhibition could help the students and teachers from the university and other civilians to have a better glimpse of Chinese culture and development.
Vice Chancellor Qaiser thanked the Chinese Consulate General in Karachi for holding the photo exhibition in the University which offered a valuable chance to the students and teachers of having a better understanding of China and Chinese culture. He said that the Exhibition would also help to create a favorable atmosphere for the setting up of Confucius Institute in the University scheduled soon and give more encourages to students who are keen to study Chinese language.
Acting Consul General Pan and Vice Chancellor Qaiser together watched the photo exhibits. Some students took pictures in front of the exhibits for a good memory. The photo exhibition will be on display for one week.
After the opening ceremony, Acting Consul General Pan paid an on site visit to the Educational Building which would be used as the Confucius Institute in the University in the near future. Having friendly talks with the administrators and teachers there, he hoped that people to people and cultural exchanges would be more frequent and substantial with concerted efforts.