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China and Nigeria enhance bilateral ties through mutual learning | Updated: 2024-05-21 10:33
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H.E. Zhang Yi delivers his speech. [Photos provided to by Chen Huiling]

On 16th March 2024, the China Cultural Centre in Nigeria hosted a seminar titled "Promoting Harmony through Mutual Learning," aiming to strengthen the cultural and diplomatic relations between Nigeria and China.

The event was co-organized by the Chinese Embassy in Nigeria, the University of Abuja and the China Alumni Association, attracting notable attendees such as H.E. Zhang Yi, Chargé D’affaires of the Chinese Embassy; Professor Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim from the University of Abuja; Mr. Li Xuda, Director of China Cultural Centre; Mr. Muhammad Sulaiman, President of the China Alumni Association; Alh. Yakubu Ibrahim from FCT SEB; and Rev. Dr. Anamah Ben-ugo, Director of Federal Ministry of Art, Culture and Creative Economy. The seminar saw participation from academics and citizens of both nations.

Emphasizing the Chinese cultural concept of harmony at various societal levels, H.E. Zhang Yi highlighted the significance of harmony in fostering peaceful development and strong state-to-state relations. He introduced the "Sharing Chinese Harmony, Performing Nigeria-China Symphony" initiative, celebrating the deep cultural ties between China and Nigeria. Over the past years, collaborative efforts have included photography and video contests, essay writing, and seminars to showcase the cooperative achievements between the two nations. Today's seminar marks another step in enhancing mutual learning and win-win cooperation.

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