Educational tie-up: Pakistan-China University proposed

National Youth Assembly president, Abbasi stresses both countries should extend their cultural exchange programmes.

February 20, 2012


National Youth Assembly president, Hanan Ali Abbasi proposed the idea of a Pakistan China International University to further cement the historic relations between the two nations.

Speaking at the friendship conference arranged by Roots school systems, Chinese Language department in association with the Pak-China Institute, he underscored the need for more collaboration between Pakistan and China in the education sector. Abbasi stressed that both countries should extend their talent and cultural exchange programmes.

He further said that creation of a Pak-China youth think-tank was vital to address global challenges, adding that frequent interaction of youth think-tank can lead to better realistic solution.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 20th, 2012.


Akhtar | 9 years ago | Reply

@cynical: thanks for your comment! Actually we are really strong in Islamic education & many student from around the world come to Pakistan! We have lots of teachers who are paid pittance (sometimes just food & shelter) by madrassas. We can send them to china & convert these godless people to Islam. We can also support our Minority brothers in china in the Xinjiang & other provinces!

Rafaqat | 9 years ago | Reply


If done properly, that would be a huge hit.

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