President Xi Jinping will soon be heading into Chennai for its next informal summit on Friday bearing a present for Prime Minister Narendra Modi but just like a lot of the match, the character of the present is not yet been disclosed.
What’s not a key is the present is going to be a sign of friendly relations between India, China, and Nepal.
The Chinese foreign ministry on Thursday reported the”pieces of training” for presents for Modi and also Nepal’s President Bidhya Devi Bhandari was made.
“China has made training.
Throughout the 2018 Wuhan casual summit, Modi had introduced specially-made prints of paintings by mythical Chinese artist Xu Beihong, that spent some time in Santiniketan in West Bengal, to Xi.
Titled The Horse and Sparrows and Grass, Xu created the paintings throughout 1939-40, when he remained at Kala Bhavan at Santiniketan and functioned beneath Rabindranath Tagore.
Xu (1895-1953) was the first visiting professor from China to remain and work in the town at which the Nobel laureate penned a number of the classic poems and books.
Back in April 2017, when Xi visited US President Donald Trump in his Mar-a-Lago property in West Palm Beach in Florida, he had been carrying out a calligraphy scroll.
“It had been the first time that the two had met and, at the moment, Xi introduced a calligraphy scroll into Trump, which read: “A terrace nine stories high comes from strands of stacked soil; a trip of a thousand miles begins with one measure,” that the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post said in a report.
Whether Xi’s present to Modi and Bhandari is going to be linked with Hindu remains to be seen.