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Students bridge of good relations between China and Nepal: Envoy Hou


KATHMANDU: Chinese Envoy to Nepal Hou Yanqi Tuesday said that the Nepali students winning Chinese government scholarship were a bridge of good relations between China and Nepal.
Addressing the awarding ceremony of Chinese government scholarship organised by the embassy here, she said that over 3,000 Nepalis have been benefited by the Chinese government scholarship so far. She expressed happiness over the cooperation between Nepal and China with regard to Belt and Road Initiative. “Education and scholarship is also a part of the BRI and we have a good cooperation in this regard.”
Extending her good wishes to the students winning scholarship to study in China, she urged them all to contribute to Nepal’s developed after retuning their country and play a constructive role as the bridge of good relations between the two neighbours. She also noted that more and more Nepalis were learning Chinese language in Nepal.
Mahesh Prasad Dahal, secretary at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, expressed happiness over the Chinese assistance in educational development of Nepal through the scholarship programme.
“I have learnt that about 150 Nepali students have won scholarship to study in China this year, and many of them are to study science and technology. And China has also provided us support to reconstruct schools,” he said lauding Chinese assistance in education.
He said that Nepali students going to China for study were the goodwill ambassadors and expressed hope that they would contribute to strengthening frictionless Nepal-China relations.

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