DPRK recieves wushu apparatus donated by China

18:07, April 13, 2010      

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Chinese Wushu Association Tuesday donated a batch of wushu apparatus to the Korean Wushu Association of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) at the Taekwondo Hall in Pyongyang.

The donate ceremony was implemented by the Chinese Embassy to the DPRK. These apparatus include knives, swords, spears, stick, protective clothing and boxing gloves. Chinese Ambassador to the DPRK Liu Hongcai passed the list of the apparatus to Hwang Bong Yong, the vice president of Korean Wushu Association.

Hwang Bong Yong made a speech that the donation is a good chance to strengthen traditional DPRK-China relationship and promote the friendship between the two counties' wushu circles.

Liu Hongcai said the donation contains the friendship and magnificent wish. He believed these apparatus were good for the development of wushu in the DPRK and further promoting the friendship between the two countries.

Source: Xinhua


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