Nepali Ambassador for China Mahendra Bahadur Pandey and Vice-chairperson of Chhantu International Chinese Friendship Association Li Li jointly inaugurated the Mandap shortly after the establishment of the Consulate General Office of Nepal in Chengdu.
The Mandap, which is decorated in traditional Nepali style on the premises of Asia’s largest railway port, has depicted Nepal’s arrival in Chinese language, with the most recent map including Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, and Lipulekh.
As previously mentioned, the Mandap’s walls have been adorned with images depicting Nepal’s tourism, art, culture, life, and livelihood, as well as political, economic, and cultural exchanges with China.
The Mandap was built by a Nepalese company in collaboration with the Nepalese Embassy in Beijing and the Consulate General in Chhantu. According to Company Chair Dhruba Poudel, the Mandap will use China to foster Nepal’s ties with Asian and European countries.
The Belt and Road Initiative encompasses the pavilions of 32 countries in the railway port area, which connects China to Asian and European countries through land and sea. Consulate General Dinesh Kumar Ghimire and high-level officials from Sichuan Province were also present.