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Dar es Salaam. The China Alumni Association of Tanzania (CAAT) has secured a permanent office along Ali Hassani Mwinyi Road in Dar es Salaam’s central business district.CAAT Director of Information and Statistics, Ms Leah Mushi, said in Dar es Salaam today that the premises will be launched tomorrow during a function to be attended by representative of the Tanzanian and Chinese governments.CAAT was launched on August 11, 2011 at Karimjee Hall, Dar es Salaam, Ms Mushi said adding: “This was the first time in Africa a top-level Chinese government delegation attended the launch of an association of this nature.”
The association registered on June 1, 2016, battles to work with the Tanzania Government in promoting technological transfer from China to hastened achievement of Tanzania’s goal to become a middle-income economy by 2025.The Chinese government offers two scholarships to CAAT members annually in Masters and PhD programmes.Idea to start the association dates back to the 1960s. But, she said, the idea crystallized in 2009 when the first draft constitution was produced and was adopted on November 14, 2010.
CAAT members and its Leaders have got a chance to participate on walk for Elephants, a 5km walk which was organized by Embassy of People's Republic of China in Dar es Salaam. The walk started early 6AM with registration and ended at 10AM with remarkable speech from the Embassador and some selected Guest of honor. CAAT was official VIP invited by the embassy.
STARTIMES Tanzania, in collaboration with the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, at the weekend launched the '2015 Beijing TV Dramas & Movies Broadcasting Exhibition' press conference, which will kick off the much-anticipated showcase of Chinese dramas and movies in Africa.
This terrifying construction is part of the latest addition to China's glass bridge craze. There's a new way to enjoy Hunan's mountainous landscapes though you might be too terrified to appreciate the stunning views. A 100-meter-long (110 yards) glass skywalk, stretching around a cliff on Tianmen Mountain in the southern Chinese province, opened Monday to the public. Some visitors could be seen clinging to the cliff's side, others rolling around on the 1.6-meter-wide (5 feet) glass floor, selfie stick held high.