In a move to further enhance the educational and cultural ties between Pakistan and China, the Lahore Chinese International Academy (LCIA) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Centre for Chinese Legal Studies at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) on February 2nd.
The signing of this MoU marks a significant step towards promoting Chinese language learning and cultural exchange in Pakistan. This initiative is poised to benefit a wide array of students across the country, offering them the opportunity to delve into the richness of Chinese language and culture.
The collaboration between LCIA and the Centre for Chinese Legal Studies at LUMS is expected to bolster the existing strong bonds between Pakistan and China, particularly in the realms of education and culture. By facilitating Chinese language learning and cultural experiences, this partnership aligns seamlessly with the Pakistani government’s endeavors to promote linguistic diversity and strengthen bilateral relations with China, a crucial ally in the region.
The Centre for Chinese Legal Studies at LUMS has been at the forefront of promoting the study of Chinese law and culture in Pakistan. With the signing of this MoU, the center will work closely with LCIA to offer a comprehensive range of services, including Chinese language courses, proficiency tests, certificate examinations, cultural workshops, and exchange programs. These initiatives will not only enrich the educational landscape in Pakistan but also provide valuable insights into Chinese language and culture to students and faculty members alike.
The signing ceremony, attended by senior management representatives from both institutions, saw LCIA Vice President Ms. He Yubing and Dr. Sikander Shah, Director of the Chinese Legal Studies Centre at LUMS, officially seal the partnership by signing the MoU on behalf of their respective institutions.
Overall, this collaboration between LCIA and LUMS represents a significant stride towards fostering greater understanding and appreciation of Chinese language and culture in Pakistan. Through joint efforts and mutual cooperation, the two institutions are poised to make a lasting impact on the educational and cultural landscape of the country, further cementing the bond between Pakistan and China.