Tourism and Arts Minister Ronald Chitotela says government will use existing cultural agreements and other bilateral relations to promote exchange in culture, education, sports and tourism.
Mr Chitotela noted that culture is cardinal in promoting closer ties between Zambia and China.He said this in a speech read for him by Director for Arts and Culture in the Ministry of Tourism and Arts Thomas Mubita during the official opening of the Chinese gourmet wuxi fine food workshop.
Mr Chitotela stated that government attaches great importance to developing the tourism, arts and other cultural sectors.He said government has put measures in place designed to enhance the preservation, promotion and development of cultural heritage in the country.The Minister hinted that cultural exchange initiative are key in enabling people from different cultures to interact and learn from each other.
And speaking earlier at the same event, Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Li Jie said cultural exchange programmes will help build strong ties between the two countries.
Mr Jie explained that the event was organized in a bid to enable Zambians appreciate the Chinese cuisine.
He has already starting bringing his corrupt Chink friends from Infrastructure …say goodbye to Elephants, Hippos, Pangolins this crook will not stop as he knows Lazy Lungu can not touch him!!
The Chinese are simply exploiting Zambia. Look at they are doing in Rwanda and Ethiopia.
President Xi Jinping must note that criminal PF officials are making the Chinese look like bad people. We have enjoyed good relations for many years, so President Xi must not allow Chinese companies to facilitate illegal financial flows. Zambians now look at the Chinese as predators yet it’s PF criminals. 48 flats unaccounted for, mukula logs etc, please help us catch these criminals and I know you can. Please expose them
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