\"Reading China\" Book Fair and \"China-India Cultural Exchange Photo Exhibition\" in New Delhi to launch the \"China-India 70th Anniversary Series Celebration \"2020-01-06.06: Source:
Original title:\" Reading China \"book exhibition and\" China-India Cultural Exchange Photo Exhibition \"held in New Delhi to open the\" China-India diplomatic relations 70th anniversary series of celebrations \"prelude
International online report (reporter liao jiyong): local time on january 4,\" reading china \"book exhibition and\" china-india cultural exchange photo exhibition \"in new delhi, india, china publishing book exhibition area. The book exhibition and photo exhibition is one of the \"70th anniversary celebration of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and India \", and is also a focus of cultural exchanges between China and India for more than 2,000 years.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and India. During the book fair, chinese and indian publications began publishing cultural exchanges around 70 years. \"I am therefore delighted that this year is beginning with the launch of an event by the two countries'publishing partners to promote the publication of Chinese and Indian books, as a prelude to the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and India,\" Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong said in a speech at the opening ceremony. So I hope the books on display today will serve as a bridge between China and India.
Reporters at the book fair saw that the \"reading china\" book exhibition and \"china-india cultural exchange photo exhibition\" booth was arranged in the new delhi world book fair in india's native exhibition area, not the international exhibition area. According to the organizers, such special arrangements are designed to enable Indians to better understand China. \"This event is not only to show the outstanding cultural achievements of China to the people of India, but also to be a historical witness of the long history of the publishing world and even the friendship between the two peoples,\" said Wang Yixuan, a representative of China's publisher and vice chairman of the Phoenix Publishing Media Group. This is a unique tribute to 70 years of deep friendship between China and India.
The book exhibition covers nearly a thousand books published by more than 60 Chinese publishing houses in recent years, including a batch of books that reflect contemporary Chinese governance, Chinese spirit, Chinese culture, Chinese science and technology, language learning, social science research, traditional medicine, literature and art, including \"Xi Jinping on governing the country \",\" Zhijiang New Language\" and \"Getting Out of Poverty,\" Wang said. Reporters at the scene learned that the book exhibition is about 70% of the English version of the book. In response, mr wang said:\" very much look forward to this book exhibition and photo exhibition, as well as related research activities, to make indian counterparts on chinese publishing, chinese and indian cultural exchanges to leave a more specific, in-depth impression, more hope that the two sides can build a win-win relationship in the future.\"
As mr wang said, many chinese publishing companies, including the phoenix publishing media group, have maintained in-depth and good communication and cooperation with local publishers in india in the translation of classics and contemporary works between china and india, co-organisation of book fairs and book copyright. \"We have always maintained a good partnership with Chinese publishing bodies, and so far we have translated and published more than 100 books on China in English and Hindi, and we hope we can continue to maintain this good cooperation and then contribute more to the cultural exchanges between India and China,\" said Gao Ya, president of India's GBD publishing house, which has maintained close cooperation with China.
At the exhibition site, China-India cultural exchange photo exhibition \"selected 135 items, more than 300 pictures, intuitive presentation of the two sides in the material culture and spiritual and cultural fields of exchange history. Professor Jiang Jingkui, of the South Asia Center of Peking University, who is the mastermind of the exhibition and the editor-in-chief of the China-India project for the translation and publication of classics and contemporary works, said:\" The translation of books can promote mutual communication and understanding between the two countries, deepen mutual recognition, and then help China and India become better friends, better neighbors and better partners. \".
The books and pictures on display in China's exhibition area have attracted the high attention of Indian readers and the media. Arnold Schwarzenegger, from Delhi University, visited the book fair with friends and was first attracted to the Chinese exhibition area. She told reporters how she felt:\" Through books and pictures, I understand and understand China more intuitively and look forward to the future development of India-China relations. I'll introduce the experience to my friends and recommend more friends to see it.