Plans to promote more cultural exchange between China and Malaysia

Dr Wee (middle) appreciating an art work at the Malaysia International Guan Gong Cultural Festival while Chinese artist Li Yu (left) and Asean-China Economic and Trade Promotion Association (Malaysia) executive secretary-general Cao Lu Bin look on.

China’s Belt & Road initiative is not only to promote more trade and business activities between Malaysia and China, but also cultural activities, said MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

“This is a good time to promote the Guan Gong culture in Malaysia. This is in line with the B&R initiative that also promotes more cultural exchange between China and the countries under the initiative,” he said in his speech on Wednesday at the launch of the Malaysia International Guan Gong Cultural Festival 2017.

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