Written by Guo Luo
Executive Editor: Liu Xiaoxue
Hindi Translation: Lochani Asthana
Format: Paperback | Pages: 136pp
Size: 168 × 240 mm
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Guo Luo, a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Management, ever served at the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, and now works for the General Office of the National Health and Family Planning Commission of the People’s Republic of China.
More than 50 years have passed since China dispatched an overseas medical aid team to Algeria on April 6, 1963. After that, a flurry of Chinese medical teams was sent across the African continent either to hospitals or on tours around countries, offering free medical equipment and medicine. Chinese medical teams have worked to sow seeds of “love, friendship and civilization” in more than 60 countries and regions, tightening the nation’s bonds to other developing countries, facilitating friendship between Chinese and African people and promoting Sino-foreign exchange in realms of economics, culture and public health. Areas served by Chinese medical teams are left with a more profound understanding of the nation of China.