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On September 4, the 2023 China International Fair for Trade in Services welcomed its first public open day. This afternoon, Nalika Kodikara, Minister-Counsellor for Commercial Affairs of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in China, conducted a promotion at the stage of the "Colourful World" exhibition.


Nalika Kodikara, Minister-Counselor of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in China, promotes the country's featured cultural and tourism resources on the main stage.

During the presentation, Nalika Kodikara introduced that Sri Lanka, an island nation with a unique tea culture, is a distinctive tourist destination and a producer of dazzling gemstones. In this year's event, Sri Lanka showcased its Ceylon black tea. Visitors could also learn about the country's cuisine, natural landscapes, archaeological sites, and other cultural and tourism resources in the Sri Lankan exhibition area.


Nalika Kodikara, the Minister-Counsellor for Commercial Affairs of the Embassy of Sri Lanka in China, stamps the "Silk Road Passport" for the exhibition visitors.

Nalika Kodikara believes that the "Colourful World" event serves as an important platform for promoting various areas, including culture, economy and trade, and tourism. She emphasizes cultural exchange is a form of interaction between people. The people of Sri Lanka and China have always respected each other's culture. Sri Lankan people have a genuine appreciation for China and its culture, and we warmly invite all our Chinese friends to visit Sri Lanka.

(Source: CRI Online)