First China-South Asia Literature Forum Held in Chengdu |  release time:November 7th,2017

  Hosted by the China Writers Association, the first China-South Asia Literature Forum took place in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, on November 6 and 7, 2017. More than 40 authors and guests from the four South Asian nations of Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, joined their Chinese counterparts. Muhammed Kazim Bukiu, eminent author, sociologist, literature critic, and Director of the Pakistan College of Literature,  addressed the audience on behalf of South Asia, stating his belief in Chinese literature’s function as a conduit through which linkage can be forged with South Asia. The Forum served to facilitate collaborations between different literary regions and presented an opportunity for different civilizations to Intermingle.

  The Forum also arranged exchange salons on the major development trends in contemporary literature of the various countries and diverse literary creative approahces and techniques. The discussions helped accelerate literature translations among the countriess, bringing more excellent literary works to readers and giving them better access to the lives and sentiments of peoples in other countries.

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