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Kenya to offer children more Chinese folk tales

China Daily | Updated: 2019-09-11 07:23

NAIROBI - A Kenyan publisher plans to roll out Chinese folk tales for local readers by the middle of next year in order to boost Sino-African cultural cooperation, an official said recently.

Kiarie Kamau, CEO of East African Educational Publishers, said in Nairobi late last month that he is in discussions with Chinese publishers and printers to translate popular Chinese literature for Kenyan children.

"We want to publish culturally relevant stories from China's rich heritage which will be translated into English, Swahili and other African languages so that they are read by children in Kenya," Kamau said during the launch of a book on British explorer David Livingstone.

Kenya to offer children more Chinese folk tales

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