Updated: 2021-03-12 10:16
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The China Cultural Center in Pakistan is the second cultural center that China established in South Asia. On April 20, 2015, Chinese President Xi Jinping and the then-Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif jointly unveiled the China Cultural Center in Islamabad during a state visit of Xi.

The two sides signed a memorandum of understanding on the establishment of cultural centers in both countries in 2010. Since the Chinese cultural center was put into trial operation in September 2014, a series of cultural activities have been held at the place, such as exhibitions China in the Eyes of Pakistani Painters and Review of China-Pakistan Friendship, and cultural performances under themes of China-Pakistan Friendship Year and Happy Chinese New Year.

The China Cultural Center in Pakistan organizes performances, exhibitions, lectures and other activities around the theme of "cultural activities, teaching and training, dialogues of minds, and information services". It also provides services of information consultation, lending of books and journals as well as trainings of Chinese language and culture.

The center has become a window for Pakistani people to experience Chinese culture, a platform for deepening China-Pakistan cultural cooperation, and a bridge for enhancing relations between the two peoples.


Fax: 0092-51-2610832

Tel: 0092-51-8316051


Address: House 11, Street 2,F7/3,Islamabad, Pakistan