Around 40 Pakistani teachers leave for Chinese language program at the Beijing International Education Exchange Center.
Pakistani and Chinese artists all set for ‘Cultural Caravan’ which would explore cultural diversity and showcase rich heritage
China Cultural Heritage Week 2017 kicks off in Islamabad. The exhibition will continue from July 7 till July 14.
Pakistan and China Cultural Caravan on CPEC route to begin voyage from Urumqi, China in August 2017
German artist Manolo Ty photographs beautiful moments from lives of common Pakistanis in his book ‘Pakistan Now’
Around 500 artists, singers and artisans to participate in Cultural Festival 2017 at Lok Virsa Islamabad
Australia Day in Spring event held in Islamabad celebrates cultural diversity of Australia and Pakistan
American Ambassador hosts concert in Islamabad to mark black history month – struggles and triumphs of the African American community
Islamabad weekly events roundup: Chinese Culture Show, Balochi Pushtoon Music and Filmmaking Workshop
Chinese Culture Show, Balochi Pushtoon Music and Filmmaking Workshop were the top three events this week
Pakistan National Council of Arts organized week-long activities to celebrate Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s 141st birth anniversary
Pakistan has launched a special Christmas Peace Train ahead of Christmas celebrations in the country to spread the message of love, peace and harmony
Pakistani and American artists jointly worked on an artistic venture that focuses on the beauty and culture of Pakistan’s people
China’s Xinjiang culture charms Pakistanis at cultural performance titled “Glamorous China, colorful Xinjiang” held in Islamabad
Pakistani and Chinese artists narrate the tale of friendship and love shared by the people of Pakistan and China in their artworks in Islamabad.
The day dawned with a 31 gun salute. Several celebrations were held across Islamabad on 14 August 2016 – Pakistan’s Independence Day 2016
American Embassy and Walkabout Films promote cultural preservation in Pakistan with 3 Documentaries on Taxila Remains, Lahore Fort, Rohtas Fort