November 29, CIKU elatedly welcomed
the delegation of Tibetan Departments of Education, Culture and Social
Sciences led by Mr. Meng Deli, Vice-Chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region
Government. Mr. Meng Deli Happily visited exhibition of works done by
CIKU's students, computer room and library, cordially gave his greetings
to volunteer teachers and met with Mr. Ha Lishi, Chairman of China-Nepal
Cultural Education Association.
"Meeting with you everyone is just like meeting relatives in a foreign
country", said Mr. Meng Deli. His words vividly described our excitement.
He asked in depth about the background of CIKU's establishment, operating
mechanism, composition of student etc, showing his strong interest in
CIKU. He said, "We attaches great importance to the issue of overseas
students to Tibet, and we explores actively personnel training program
with Nepal. We encourage CIKU to transport talented students to Tibet
University studying literature, art and other majors. In addition, Tibet
has a long border with Nepal, so both sides have high academic values
in areas of special natural and geographical environment at the junction,
frequent economic and trade exchanges, close cultural exchanges etc. Tibet
Academy of Social Sciences is willing to develop a cooperative research
with CIKU."Miss Wuhui in detail introduced CIKU's situation, and
she indicated that CIKU has been actively seeking cooperation with domestic
universities and research institutions to carry out educational and research
programs, making efforts to make a contribution to the exchanges of education
and culture between the two countries.
As the sole Confucius Institute in Nepal and the bridge of culture and
friendship between two countries, CIKU positively shouldered its mission.
The visit of Mr. Meng Deli makes CIKU a deeper connection with Tibet in
culture and education. After its six-year baptism of wind and rain, CIKU's
station as cultural ties between the two countries has been widely recognized
by many sects both in China and Nepal.