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China and Zambia look to the future as ties celebrated

Culture and Tourism Year kicks off with songs, dances and glimpses of African country's natural and cultural beauty, Yang Feiyue reports.

By YANG FEIYUE | China Daily | Updated: 2024-05-18 10:16

The Victoria Falls is one of Zambia's natural wonders.[Photo provided by Uldiszile/GETTY IMAGE]

"I wish to continue to learn about Chinese culture and use every resource available to me to enrich the cultural exchange between China and Zambia, as well as pass knowledge and opportunities on to the younger generation of Zambians," Sela says.

Sikumba says Zambia is also eager to learn from China's rich cultural heritage and impressive tourism development.

"Your centuries-old traditions, your architectural marvels, and your innovative approaches to sustainable tourism hold valuable lessons for us," he says.

"This yearlong celebration will provide ample opportunities for us to exchange ideas, share best practices, and forge new partnerships."

He says he'd reiterate that as the two countries commemorate 60 years of China-Zambia friendship, it's time for renewing the commitment to deepening the two countries' cultural and tourism ties for the next 60 years.

"By working together, we can unlock new avenues for tourism growth, create meaningful exchanges, and inspire our people to explore the wonders that our nations have to offer," he adds.

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