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In­ter­per­sonal ex­change and tourism strength­ens friend­ship and mu­tual trust be­tween peo­ple in Be­larus and China. These lay a good so­cial foun­da­tion for de­vel­op­ing in­ter­na­tional re­la­tions. On De­cem­ber 1, 2017, Be­larus’s Prime Min­is­ter An­drei Kobyakov met Chi­nese Pre­mier Li Ke­qiang. Dur­ing the meet­ing, Kobyakov pro­posed the es­tab­lish­ment of 2018 as the “Year of “Belarusian Tourism in China.” In 2018, Be­larus will host many tourism re­lated events in Bei­jing, which will help to make more in­for­ma­tion avail­able and de­velop its tourism in­dus­try in China. These events will help Chi­nese tourists bet­ter un­der­stand Be­larus, in­crease the num­ber of Chi­nese tourists to Be­larus and vice versa.

Dur­ing in­ter­per­sonal ex­changes, the Be­larus State Con­cert Hall Ku­palinka Art Troupe has played an im­por­tant role. The troupe was es­tab­lished to re­vi­talise folk art from Be­larus and make it pop­u­lar again. It de­buted on stage in 1966 as a women’s quar­tet troupe. Now it en­joys a good rep­u­ta­tion in both Be­larus and for­eign coun­tries. The

Ku­palinka Art Troupe has given sev­eral thou­sand con­certs and has demon­strated the charm of Be­larus’s dance and bal­lads to many au­di­ences.

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