Strengthening bilateral ties through sports


Looking to the future: Nazri (second from right) presenting a souvenir to Chinese Athletic Association chairman Duan Shijie after launching the Belt and Road Marathon Series 2017 – Malaysia Marathon in Beijing. With them are Duan’s deputy Du Zhaocai (left) and Tourism and Culture Ministry deputy secretary-general (tourism) Nor Yahati Awang.

BEIJING: Malaysian and Chinese athletes are joining hands in friendship through sports in line with the Belt and Road initiative, which promotes globalisation.

To kick it off, they have jointly organised the Belt and Road Marathon Series 2017 – Malaysia Marathon, in the hope that the event will catch on in other parts of the world.

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