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October 8, 1964

Cable from the Chinese Embassy in Mali, ‘Regarding the Matter of Sending Handicraft Teachers'

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Regarding the Matter of Sending Handicraft Teachers [to Mali]


To the [Chinese] Embassy in Mali:


[We have] received your cable of 11 September. [We have] been unable to choose a jewelry expert. Ivory and wood carving experts have been chosen. But choosing translators has been difficult. [They will] not be able to be sent this year.


Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee

8 October [1964]


The Chinese Foreign Cultural Liaison Committee reports that Chinese experts in ivory and wood carving will "not be able to be sent" to Mali in 1964.

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PRC FMA 108-01057-03. Obtained by Gregg Brazinsky and translated by Marian Rosenberg.


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