Chinese scholars to attend Kolkata seminar on India-China ties
Date : 18 Oct 2014
CHINESE SCHOLARS TO ATTEND KOLKATA SEMINAR ON INDIA-CHINA TIES
A nine-member team of Chinese research fellows and scholars will participate in an international conference titled “China, India and Beyond: Understanding Co-operation, Competition and Development” here Saturday.
The visiting delegation – led by Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences (SASS) vice president Xiang Baoyun – would be joined by a galaxy of academicians from across India at the seminar to be held at the IMI-Kolkata.
The conference, to be inaugurated by China’s Consul-General Wang Xuefeng, will cover a wide range of subjects, including “Tagore: Architect of India-China modern cultural exchange”, “Can India compete with China in the global market?”, “Healthcare sectors of India and China” and “The impact of Sino-Indian cultural differences on tourism”, an IMI release said.
IMI-Kolkata now has an exchange programme with SASS, one of China’s top research centres located at Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province.