BEIJING: Prime Minister Narendra Modi would inaugurate a Gandhian and Indian Studies Centre at Shanghai’s prestigious Fudan University on May 16.
India would fund the centre, which is seen as significant as Gandhi is a little-known in China compared to other parts of the world.
In fact, he did not figure on the list put out by the official media in 2009 about 60 foreign personalities, who influenced China’s course over 60 years, although Rabindranath Tagore and Jawaharlal Nehru were named.
The Prime Minister, who would arrive here on May 14 for a three-day trip, would separately sign an agreement for establishing a yoga studies college at the University of Nationalities in Yunnan province.
This would be the first such college in China although there are hundreds of private centers offering short-term yoga courses across the country. It will help standardize yoga training. Many yoga courses developed in China are seen as unprofessional.
In Beijing, Modi would attend a program of yoga and Tai Chi, the Chinese exercise that combines martial art techniques with relaxation in motion, at the famous Temple of Heavens.
Separately, actors Aamir Khan and Jackie Chan would share stage during release of three films featuring themes of India-China friendship on May 14 on the sidelines of Modi’s visit.
外文标题：Modi to inaugurate Gandhian centre in Shanghai
modi chodi ch ut marika
Some will say that he is claiming Congi’s credit…
Modi looks like an old kusra, in women’s clothes. No wonder he throw away wife
India trying its best to be loyal puppy to China. But not working.
YOU CANNOT CHOOSE WHERE YOU ARE BORN BUT
You can choose where you want to go. As an Indian, you get the free baggage of all the miseries we have created over glorious 8,000 years.