China, Cuba for Wider Cultural Bonds
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- culture an traditions
- Culture and Traditions
- Politics and Government
- 03 / 25 / 2010
The chief editor of the magazine of the Association of Cuban Artists and Writers (UNEAC), Ernesto Perez, gave Prensa Latina details of those contacts.
To achieve that goal, the Cuban delegation is holding meetings with the Chinese side. The idea is to explore ways allowing the Chinese literature is better known on the island, and the other way around, Perez said after a meeting at the Cuban diplomatic mission.
On the occasion, Cuban ambassador Carlos Miguel Pereira stressed the importance of the visit prior to the dialogue journalist Marta Rojas held with nationals on aspects of her work, including her recent novel "El equipaje amarillo," linked to that nation.
Projects comprise the publication of anthologies and specific works on the respective media, and dedicating a number of the UNEAC magazine to the Chinese literature.
By: Dayami Interián García