Gal Gvili’s Imagining India in Modern China is an insightful and groundbreaking exploration of the literary and cultural connections between China and India during the 20th century. The book traces the development of a South-South literary imaginary that was shaped by Chinese writers and intellectuals who sought new literary possibilities and anticolonial solidarity in India. Gvili argues that these writers imagined India as an alternative to Western imperialism, and that this vision of a Pan-Asian ideal helped to inspire literary decolonization in China.
"China and India 70th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations Commemorative Volume" is an excellent resource for anyone interested in understanding the history and development of the China-India relationship. The book provides a wealth of information and insights into the relationship between the two countries, and highlights the importance of friendship and cooperation in promoting peace and prosperity in the region. We would highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of the China-India relationship.
The “Musical Culture of India” is a significant contribution to the study and understanding of Indian music in China. The book covers various aspects of Indian music, from its cultural background and origin to its types, basic theory, ragas, talas, musical instruments, music genre, and folk music.
The Encyclopedia of China-India Cultural Contact is a comprehensive reference work that covers the long and complex history of cultural exchange between China and India. It includes articles on various aspects of cultural exchange between the two countries, including art, literature, religion, philosophy, science, and more. The encyclopedia aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the ways in which the cultures of China and India have interacted and influenced each other throughout history.
On December 21st, 2018, China and India came together in New Delhi, for the first meeting of the China-India High-level People-to-People and Cultural Exchanges Mechanism. China’s State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj released “Essays in Memory of Prof. Xu Funcheng” at the China-India cultural evening.
Recent comments made by Madam Ma Ji, the Chargé d’Affaires a.i. of the Chinese Embassy in India, about China’s foreign policy under new leadership and the current state of China-India relations. According to Madam Ma Ji, China will continue to pursue its independent foreign policy of peace and implement the mutually beneficial strategy of opening up. China is committed to being a builder of world peace, a contributor to global development, a defender of the international order, and a promoter of the progress of human civilizations.
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