ISLAMABAD, April 3 (DNA): Pakistan China Friendship Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chapter (PCFA-KPC) has announced to hold an easy competition-2021 on “Seventy Years of Pak-China Diplomatic Relations” 

It will take place from April 5 to May 5, 2021, said Syed Ali Nawaz Gilani, Secretary General, PCFA-KPC.  

According to a press release issued here on Saturday, to celebrate the spirit of this wonderful bond, PCFA-KPC is inviting Pakistanis from the province to take part in the competition. 

The essay competition invites participants to write on Pakistan and China, showcasing their feelings and perceptions. The guidelines for contests include the stories of friendship witnessed in Pakistan and China; feelings and impression about Chinese and Pakistani culture, customs, history, and natural geography; inspiring stories. 

The participants could narrate their experience with regards to the exchanges and cooperation between China and Pakistan in various fields including heartwarming stories about the joint fight against the epidemic. 

The competition carries 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prize. All 10 top winners will get a Certificate. Eligibility Criteria: Age limit: 20-25 years, Essay-Language: English and Urdu, More than one submission is not allowed. 

Rules: Essays should be a maximum of 1,000 words, plagiarized articles will be rejected, co-authorship is not allowed and the essay should not be published before. The Originality of the essay will be appreciated 

The deadline for receiving the easy is 5 May 2021 while results will be announced on 15 May. The contestants can submit Word documents to pcfakp1970@gmail.com GPO Box No. 1276 Peshawar cantt-25000. 

The press release added, China Pakistan relations are very strong and indestructible. China and Pakistan play a pivotal role for each other. China and Pakistan have always supported each other on national and international levels. 

China’s Belt and Road initiative is the major investment project of the Chinese government in over three continents. It is a combination of infrastructure development including road and railway networks on land and maritime routes as well.  

It is to facilitate trade among states and promote interstate trade. China Pakistan Economic Corridor is a flagship project of BRI; it symbolizes the economic partnership between Pakistan and China.