Chinese Girl Adventures in Pakistan (Threads of friendship). To commend the unbreakable bond between Pakistan and China, a documentary was screened yesterday showcasing how China has proven times and again as Pakistan’s all-weather, ‘iron’ friend, and highlighting both the countries’ friendship spanning over decades and traveling through generations.
The short documentary film titled “Threads of Friendship: Chinese Girls Adventure in Pakistan, which was screened at the Aiwan-e-Quaid on Monday, received an overwhelmingly positive response from the audience.
It is a joint venture of the China Media Group (CMG) and 101 Friends of China, an Islamabad-based mega strategic think-tank founded by the late Editor-in-Chief of Pakistan Observer, Zahid Malik (Sitara-i-Imtiaz) in 2014.
In the 25-minute short film, Director of the China Media Group (CMG) Urdu Service, also known as the China International Radio Urdu Service, (FM 98 Dosti Radio) Noreen (Chinese name: Nao Ling) has successfully tried to explore various layers of the ancient, rich, diverse and unique culture of Pakistan. Chinese girl has started her journey by visiting Faisal Masjid giving some useful information about its architecture, design and historical perspective. She also visits the Pakistan Monument, Saidpur Village, Rawal Lake and the National Incubation Centre.
The audience that included a large number of the Pakistani and the Chinese viewers applauded as the short documentary progressed and admired her for portraying an enlightened, peaceful and moderate Pakistan in her documentary.
While thanking the audience, Noreen said she planned to do more such documentaries on Pakistan’s sites that have not so far been discovered. To a question, she said wherever she went for the sake of the documentary she found the Pakistani people very kind, helpful, cooperative and hospitable.
A certificate was also presented to Noreen in recognition of her great work.
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