Belt and Road Scholarship: Myanmar’s Spring Tea Reception held in Hong Kong

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), U Han Win Naing, Myanmar’s Consul-General in Hong Kong, attended the “Belt and Road Scholarship – Myanmar’s Spring Tea Reception” organized by the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce (CGCC) in Hong Kong on 22 April.
During the event, the Myanmar consul-general delivered a speech in which he highlighted the Belt and Road Initiative, now entering its second decade, as a significant force for fostering cooperation across economic, infrastructure, cultural, and people-to-people contact sectors. He also urged Myanmar scholarship students in Hong Kong to strive for excellence in their studies and, simultaneously, to contribute to enhancing mutual friendship and understanding among the people of Myanmar, China, and the Hong Kong SAR.
At the ceremony were Permanent Secretary Ms Michelle Li of the Education Bureau of Hong Kong SAR, along with the chairman, vice-chairman, and other officials of CGCC, as well as students from Myanmar who had received the Belt and Road Scholarship.
The Belt and Road Scholarship Scheme, which offers scholarships to students from Myanmar, commenced in the 2019-2020 academic year. In the current academic year, ten students from Myanmar have been granted scholarships. —ASH/TKO

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