PCJCCI and CCPIT Guangdong signed MOU for International Practical Chinese Language Training Program to support Belt and Road Initiative
With the progress of the “Belt and Road” initiative, practical Chinese education is increasingly becoming an “inelastic demand” for both China and its partners. It was stated by Mr. S.M. Naveed, president PCJCCI on the MOU signing ceremony held in China between CCPIT Guangdong and Pak China Joint Chamber of Commerce for International Practical Chinese Language Training Program with reference to the Participating Countries in the Belt and Road Initiative.
Mr. S.M. Naveed represented Pakistan at the forum where more than 40 countries have signed cooperative agreements with China. The MOU signing ceremony was organized during the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road International Expo.
The idea of belt and road initiative is now embraced by more than 100 nations and international organizations who found that there is dire need of practical and vocational Chinese education in countries along the “Belt and Road.”
In 21st Century Maritime Silk Road International Expo, representatives from consulates and business councils of the “Belt and Road” countries spoke about their urgent demand for local Chinese language talents and earnestly enrolled for a pilot course.
Mr. Naveed further told about the PCJCCI Chinese language program already initiated in Pakistan with the collaboration of TEVTA.
He also told about the PCJCCI Chinese language publications including dictionary and Book that are published for the ease of people learning Chinese language. PCJCCI with the collaboration of Confucius institute proficiently conducts HSK examination and around 2500 student till date has cleared different levels of HSK from the platform of PCJCCI, told S.M. Naveed.
According to the MOU, Chambers and associations will promote the all-around cooperation among countries and regions alongside the Maritime Silk Road in areas such as infrastructure construction, industrial cooperation and communication and international trade.