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BRI and CPEC open gateway to new world for Pakistani youth

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2024-03-02 10:10

Muhammad Ammar, who is from Pakistan, works for an international education group in Beijing. He says the Belt and Road Initiative(BRI) and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC)open a gateway to a new world for Pakistani youth.

Ammar and five other family members have studied in China and they are now working in their relevant fields in Pakistan.

Thanks to the BRI and CPEC, China and Pakistan have established profound collaboration in various sectors, including agriculture, science and technology, industry, and human resources, and Ammar believes that China-Pakistan cooperation should be based on the vocational and technical education cooperation.

According to Ammar, 210 advanced teaching standards of China's vocational education have been introduced and included in Pakistan's educational system to benefit more Pakistani students.

Having been in China for 18 years, Ammar says, "China is quite an inclusive country that can positively inspire you...you can find your way of life in a field chosen by yourself."

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