China, US to establish cultural exchange mechanism

15:07, May 21, 2010      

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The launching ceremony of China-U.S. high-level consultation mechanism of cultural exchange will be held in Beijing on May 25. It will be jointly hosted by Chinese state councilor Liu Yandong and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Education, technology, culture, sports and other cultural exchange–promoting topics will be discussed at the launching ceremony.

As an important part of Sino-U.S. strategic ties, the China-U.S. high-level consultation mechanism will help to improve the level of cultural exchange, promote mutual understanding and friendship of the people and enhance the social basis and public opinion of China-U.S. relationships.

It will provide a solid platform for the cultural exchange between the two countries. Furthermore, the mechanism will help to build a more sustainable and stable bilateral ties and make establish positively cooperative and comprehensive Sino-U.S. ties in the 21st century.

By People's Daily Online


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