KATHMANDU: Senior leader of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Madhav Kumar Nepal on Saturday stressed the need for developing a culture of respect and conservation of nature and history like Japan. “Whether it is a temple or a palace, conservation is must to attract tourists,” he said, referring to Japan.
He was launching a work entitled “Aakhama Japan” (Japan in One’s Eye) by Dr Ram Prasad Dahal amid a programme here. Emphasizing that Nepalis should learn from industrious and friendly Japanese citizens, he said, “Their dedication, entrepreneurship, discipline and patriotism has taken Japan to a height of development in a short span of time.”
In another context, he said there would not be any delay in bringing economic, social and cultural transformation needed by the country at present.
Likewise, State 3 Speaker Sanu Kumar Shrestha suggested that Nepal made use of technology Japan has been using in producing organic fertilizers and managing garbage.
Author Dr Dahal informed that the book, divided into 17 chapters, had a series of experiences gathered during field observation of some cities of Japan like Osaka, Kobe, Tokyo and Nagoya among others from January 3 to 17, apart from his view of Japan and Japanese people from others perspective. The book was published by Dayetwo Bangmaya Pratisthan Nepal.
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