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China opens its first cultural center in Tanzania


12-03-2015 15:23 BJT

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China opened its first cultural centre in Tanzania's capital Dar es Salaam Monday. This is also the first Chinese cultural centre in the eastern Africa region. 

Tanzania's former prime minister Mizengo Pinda and the permanent secretary of Tanzania's Cultural Ministry Gabriel Sinimbo opened the cultural centre in downtown Dares Salaam. Pinda spoke highly of China-Tanzania relations at the opening ceremony. The friendship between the two countries dates back to the 1960s when diplomatic relations were established. 

Tanzanian students and Chinese officials at the ceremony hoped the establishment of the centre would help facilitate cultural exchanges between the two countries. 

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