Plan for ‘Pak-China friendship year 2011′ chalked out

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  1. Vikramaditya

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    ISLAMABAD: A comprehensive action plan to celebrate Pakistan-China Friendship year 2011 has been chalked out, focusing on wider interaction between the two countries’ leadership and the people through joint activities and exchanges.

    According to a mutually agreed plan between Pakistan and China, the rich array of 69 events in diplomatic, cultural and educational areas spans the entire year with an average of five events a month and as many as 14 in May and 12 in November.

    The year 2011 was declared as the ‘Pak-China Friendship Year’ during the recent visit of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao to Pakistan, wherein the two governments decided to celebrate 60th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-Pak diplomatic relations with full fervor.

    January-March:

    Salient events in the year’s first quarter include holding a forum on Pak-China people-to-people friendship’, Chinese Spring Festival on January 27-31, special business forum and nation-wide essay writing competition on Pak-China friendship for school and college students.

    Pakistani officials will visit China to participate in Western China International Fair, Urumqi Fair and Kashghar International Fair, while a 100-member Chinese youth delegation is already in Pakistan.

    A delegation of Pakistan’s print and electronic media will visit China in February while the visit of women parliamentarians will take place in March. A delegation of Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs will visit Pakistan in March.

    Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation will organize a special ceremony for airing China Radio International FM programme in Pakistan. The Pakistan Television (PTV) will hold weekly Chinese language classes from March onwards.

    April-June:

    Besides a leadership level visit from Pakistan to China, the plan’s second quarter holds a significant chunk for sports that comprises friendly matches by the cricket teams of Pakistan and China in Islamabad and Lahore, visit of Pakistan’s women cricket team to China and a Pak-China Friendship Golf Tournament in April.

    Pak-China Business Summit will also be held in the same month.

    The cultural activities include a painting and photographic exhibition at Pak-China Friendship Centre along with performances by Chinese arts troupe. Pakistani performing arts troupe will also visit China in May.

    Commemorative stamps and a coin will be issued while a book on Pak-China relations will be launched in May.

    The Pak-China mountaineering expedition will head to Korakorum heights in June.

    July-September:

    The two countries will undergo military-to-military exchanges and friendship exercises in August.

    A delegation of Pakistan Foreign Office Women Association will visit China in August, whereas the students from Pakistan study centres in Tsinghua University and Sichuan University will also arrive here in the same month.

    Workshop on traditional Chinese medicine, a ‘Conservation and biodiversity seminar’ and a seminar on ‘Silk Road and harmonious interaction between civilizations’ at Confucius Institute, will be held in Islamabad.

    A documentary on travel of Chinese monk Xuanzang to Taxila and impact of Gandhara on Chinese civilization will be telecast by PTV.

    In September, the young Chinese diplomats and the Urdu speaking Chinese students and faculty from the South Asian Department of Peking University and Beijing Foreign Studies University, will visit Pakistan.

    Chinese hockey team will also visit Pakistan in September.

    October-December:

    In October, the arts and culture activities include holding of Chinese Film Festival in Islamabad, joint production on film documentary on Pak-China friendship and publication of anthology of poetry translated by Pakistan’s first envoy to China Ahmad Ali.

    A delegation of Chinese Armed Forces Police Hospital and the China Earthquake Bureau to Pakistan will visit here in October to commemorate Chinese medical missions during Kashmir earthquake (2005) and floods (2010).

    In November, the Chinese leadership will visit Pakistan.

    The cultural activities in November include photographic exhibition and Pak-China music festival in Islamabad and a performance by Chinese Handicapped Association to China titled ‘My Dream’ in China.

    The students of Chinese language from National University of Modern Languages (NUML) and young Pakistani diplomats will visit China while Chinese celebrities will come to Pakistan.

    The third meeting of ECG and the 15th meeting of China- Pakistan Economy and Trade Joint Committee and another China- Pakistan Forum will be held simultaneously in December.

    Chinese soccer team and a delegation of Chinese Writers Association will visit Pakistan in late December.

    Apart from fixed monthly schedule, the additional packages include running of special friendship train by Pakistan Railways from Rawalpindi to Karachi, while Pakistan International Airlines will arrange special friendship tours between Pakistan and China.

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  3. Blackwater

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    Pak knew there is no other nation in the world who can help their country. Now even arabs not entertaining their begging skillls. Europe and America will dump them as soon as war on terror is over. This is not friendship. They are litterally licking chinese feet. It's like rich man helping disease infested perosn coz he knows the secret. cant kill him coz it will spread disease.
     
  4. houde10000

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    What's kind of insanity words?! You know nothing about chinese culture, chinese helps Pakistan, not only becuase both side need each other strategically, but also because chinese can feel the true love to China from pakistani. I remember the pakistani made chinese national flag has 6 stars on JF17 airshow, pakistani dismounted cargo plane seat and sit on ground, try to carry more rescue materials for China Sichuan earthquake victims in 2008, those really move chinese people.
     
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    Mr. Houde, you are being naive. Why would China be-friend a terrorist country called Pakistan in the first place?
     
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    Mr. Oracle, are you God to mark who is terrorist?
     
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    No Mr. Houde. I am just one of God's messengers! :)
     
  8. houde10000

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    Mr. Oracle, China should be friend with India, a nation still occupied 90,000 chinese land!! a nation's media everyday shit on China!! a nation's defence minister publicaly declared the indian nuclear weapon/missile project aim China!! Who is being naive, man?
     
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    Mr. Houde, we had 1962 with China. The wounds are gone, scars remain. China gulped Tibet. China gave nuclear technology to Pakistan to contain India. Maoists in India are using Chinese arms, as well as rebels of North East India. China uses NE rebels as spies about Indian Army posts in NE India.

    Having said that, this thread is about China and Pakistan's friendship 2011. I hope it lasts, because I know Pakistan won't.
     
  10. chex3009

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    India is only wary of China due to illegal occupation of Indian land in Aksai Chin and Northern part of Kashmir. While stationing your troops in the name of humanitarian aid in Gilgit-Baltistan Area of Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir. So, there are lot of reasons for India to keep itself armed and ready to face threats that communist China poses, with a rogue nation which they befriend and help like they were inborn twins, It all shows who is being naive here....!!!!
     
  11. houde10000

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    Mr. Oracle, the 1962 wound is not gone for chinese!! 1959,60,61, China met the worst natural disasters in 20 century, that's what indian media talked chinese starvation, over 30 millions chinese died. Indian leader, Nehru is so "smart" to pickup this chinese most pain time, no willing to fight with anyone, to apply his "indian forward policy" to nibble chinese land. PLA beat you, but China was too weak to hold the tradional border, whenever the 90,000SQK land in your hand, the wound is not gone for chinese.

    Go to any famous indian library to search any world or aisan map published before 1950, check whether China including Tibet or not!!!

    If China did exactly india did on China, aid indian separatist with weapon, money, training, then you won't see Indian in one piece today. Historically, most chinese don't regard India as enemy, but thing will be changed, if India keep treat China as enemy.
     
  12. sayareakd

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    Long live Pak china friendship, but India would rather deal with China then pakistan, China too some where think of making China its 24th Provinces (23th being Taiwan).
     
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    Oh! I am terrified. Can we hear more about China and Pakistani friendship now, instead of sabre-rattling? Please! What are on the food menu, cultural showcases etc?
     
  14. chex3009

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    Its the other way round, Most Indians don't consider chinese as enemies, but if china carries on incursions as it does and with this attitude, we are surely on that path. It would be good if China refrain from their activities in the Asian Region and let peace prevail in much needed area of this planet. Only the attitude of the chinese are projecting them as enemies, nothing more. Some confidence building measures can be carried out, only if china is ready to leave their assertive attitude.
     
  15. houde10000

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    Then, what you want? another war?
     
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    no we want chinese to live peacefully and let us leave peacefully. Its you and your Pet Pakistan that want a war with us. We donot have aggressive military posture against china.
     
  17. chex3009

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    Look who is talking about war here. We never ever want a war and never ever talked about it, its just that u people start ranting about war even though both our neighbouring countries are occupying Indian land for decades now, still we try to resolve it through a dialogue, and you people start talking about war.
     
  18. houde10000

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    1) Actually, you are very wrong, China has more than 23 provinces now, please update your data.

    2) In fact, Taiwan is not province in chinese history, it is "FU", which is one level lower than province, Taiwan is just part of Fujian Province in chinese history.

    3) Yes, you are right, there is new province following Taiwan: Mongolia, CCCP occupied in 1947.
     
  19. Iamanidiot

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    guys that idiot laid a baith and all of you fell hook line sinker.Don't bother about them Beijing isn't exactly enamoured with the pakistanis as much as you think
     
  20. houde10000

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    Pakistan is the land channel connecting China and Iran, it is the most important region for China, even compare with Taiwan. Too naive
     
  21. warriorextreme

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    lol houde10000 you are talking as if India invaded china..
    i dont blame you as school syllabus in countries like china and pakistan is highly defaced and changed as per their needs.
     

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