Chinese children should be more familiar with Iranian books
25 Apr 2019 - 17:11
IBNA- Chinese Vice Minister Guo Weimin said on the first day of the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) that he believes Chinese children should be more familiar with Iranian books.
According to IBNA correspondent, Vice Minister of the State Council Information Office of China (SCIO) Guo Weimin visited Chinese stand at the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair and met the Director of this event Mohsen Javadi.
Weimin said: “I saw many Chinese books translated into Persian which I hadn’t seen their original versions in China. Visiting Chinese stand at the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair was an interesting experience.”
“The history of Chinese print is important and here in this fair, it has been displayed. I know that books and print industry have also been important in Iran and efforts are made to develop them,” Chinese Vice Minister added.
As the guest of honor of the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair, China has brought a delegation of 200 members among them 100 authors, illustrators and publishers representing the active print industry of that country.
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