Liberia’s Embassy in China Celebrates Independence Anniversary in Style

Beijing, China – For the first time since Liberia reestablished diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) nearly 15 years ago, the Liberian Embassy in Beijing hosted a diplomatic reception in observance of the country’s 171st Independence Anniversary. Others included members of the diplomatic corps, especially the African missions in China, their spouses; Chinese partners and business executives; the Liberian and student community in China and other well-wishers. “Not only on a bilateral basis, but also through the mechanisms of the Forum on China – African Cooperation (FOCAC) and the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, China and Liberia can achieve ‘Win-Win’ cooperation,” he pleaded. Those installed for a one-year period included: Charles Gbollie, PhD candidate, Central China Normal University, President; Yamah Joy Barvor King, PhD candidate, China University of Mining and Technology, Vice President; McSimon Prosper Garvlehn, Master’s degree candidate, Tianjin University, Secretary General; Darlington D.W. Dahn, Master’s degree candidate, Beijing Normal University, Financial Secretary and Loretta Teemah Dolo, Master’s degree candidate, China University of Mining and Technology, Treasurer. For once in a long time, Liberians in and around China celebrated their country’s 171st Independence Anniversary that continued into the early morning hours.

August 01, 2018 00:45 UTC

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