Jeju International Peace Center & the Charhar Institute Establish Strategic Cooperation Relationship
The Charhar Institute signed a memorandum of strategic cooperation with Jeju International Peace Center of the Republic of Korea (ROK) on December 6th, 2019 in ROK.
According to the Memorandum, the two sides will continue to carry out in-depth cooperation to promote public diplomacy between China and ROK and strengthen exchanges between the two countries in academic, cultural and media fields.
The Charhar Institute signs a memorandum of strategic cooperation with Jeju International Peace Center of the Republic of Korea (ROK) ,Dec. 6th, 2019.
Group photo taken at the signing ceremony
Before this, Won Hee-ryong, Governor of Jeju, ROK, held a breakfast meeting to welcome the delegation of the Charhar Institute led by Chairman Han Fangming.
Feng Chuntai, Consul General of China in Jeju and Ven. Lee Yung Sik, former Patriarch of the Taego Order of Korean Buddhism which is second only to the Jogye Order in scale in ROK, also attended the breakfast meeting.
Group photo of Won Hee-ryong (L), Governor of Jeju, Ven. Lee Yung Sik (C), former Patriarch of the Taego Order of Korean Buddhism and Han Fangming (R) ,Chairman of the Charhar Institute during the meeting
During the meeting, the two sides recalled the friendly exchanges over the years, and exchanged views on further promoting non-governmental exchanges between China and ROK and other topics of common concern.
The Jeju Island has been declared by the ROK’s government as an "island of world peace” for its historical background on peace building and its great efforts for promoting the peace cause. The Jeju International Peace Center is one of the most representative venues for peace in Jeju.
Founded in 2006, the Jeju International Peace Center, which is one of the subsidiary bodies of the Jeju International Peace Foundation with a background of ROK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Unification, has been developed as a symbolic place for peace education, training, and exhibition.
The Center features many exhibits of cultural heritage, records of international heads of state who have visited the Jeju Island, materials on the Nobel Peace Prize winners and many other archives related to world peace.
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