Over 18 million rural residents have been lifted out of poverty in Guangxi Zhuang.
With Cambodia and China’s friendship burgeoning now more than ever, young Khmers have started to cross into the East Asian nation in hopes of achieving educational success and gaining expertise in fields that may help the kingdom in the future.
The Fangchenggang Nuclear Power Plant is the first to support the economic zone.
Guangxi University is to establish its first Khmer faculty, followed by the establishment of a Cambodian studies programme.
Nanning hopes to become an economic hub and play an important role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today will deliver a keynote speech at the 15th edition of the China-Asean Expo in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China.