YANGON, April 3 -- A "China Library" was set up at Myanmar's University of Yangon here Thursday, aimed at establishing a gateway for Myanmar university students to know about China.
The library was inaugurated by Vice Minister of the Information Office of the State Council of China Cui Yuying and Deputy Minister of Education of Myanmar Zaw Min Aung.
A signing ceremony of letter of intent on cooperative establishment of the "China Library" was held between China's State Council Information Office and Myanmar's University of Yangon.
The "China Library", which covers 150 square-meters of the plot provided by the Yangon University, was established with over 5,000 Chinese books and picture albums of 1,000 categories in three language versions of Chinese, English and Myanmar as well as some related computer equipment, presented by the Information Office of the State Council of China.
University of Yangon is Myanmar's most oldest and noted university, established in 1920.