August 3rd, “Witness Friendship” --- Home and Abroad News Press 2016 Summer Junior Journalist Delegation visited the Pakistan Embassy in China. When the junior journalists entered the embassy with their waving national flags of Pakistan and China, they saw many old pictures on the wall as the historical evidences of the friendship between the two countries from generation to generation. They witnessed the solid relationship and partnership between China and Pakistan. Pakistan is a reliable and trustworthy “brother” to China. The Press and Culture Attache Mr. Asif-ur-Rehman Khan had a friendly talk with the junior journalists.
Mr. Asif-ur-Rehman Khan played a short video to the junior journalists about the country and the relationship between China and Pakistan. He highly evaluated the China-Pakistan’s relationship, called “the all-weather partnership”. This friendship will be further enhanced and promoted by the youth in both countries in the future.
Mr. Counselor kept introducing Pakistan's culture, attractions and cultural customs. He said that Pakistan has been connected with China long time ago. The border between the two countries is called Gilgit, meaning “the bridge”; therefore, Pakistan can connect with China through Gilgit.
A junior journalist asked: “To the Chinese people who have been to Pakistan before, all of them had a strong feeling: Pakistan is very friendly to China. Chinese face is just like a business card, Chinese people can freely travel to anywhere in the country. They can even buy things without paying money first. Although the people there are not wealthy, they are always very friendly to the Chinese people. Can you please tell us if that is true?”
The Counsellor answered: “Of course, it is true because Chinese people are good brothers.”
Mr. Asif-ur-Rehman Khan also shared his impressions about China with the junior journalists. He also gave Pakistan souvenirs to each junior journalist. At the end of the interview, he took all junior journalists to the Pakistani school and had a happy time with the Pakistani students.