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    See link          http://nation.com.pk/islamabad/16-Dec-2016/pakistan-s-former-ambassador-earns-distinction-in-global-nobel-prize-foundation

    ISLAMABAD: China Create Foundation which is being launched as the equivalent of Global Nobel Prize Foundation has nominated Pakistan's Former Ambassador in Germany, Singapore and Mauritius Syed Hasan Javed as a Member of its Advisory Board.

    The Board comprises of eminent scientists, scholars, diplomats and Nobel Prize Winners. Five Prizes and Awards will be awarded to noted scholars on their achievements in Applied physics, Applied Chemistry, Literature and Fine Arts, Economics and Innovation.

    Ambassador Javed is a noted Sinologist who has served in China for ten years, speaks Mandarin fluently and is author of several books on China. He is the first Pakistani to be appointed to the Advisory Board for a period of 3 years, which is holding its Inaugural meeting on 21 December, in Shenzhen.

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    • Director CSC Ambassador (R) Syed Hasan Javed delivered Key-note speech at a Seminar Bahria University Karachi on the theme ‘China Pakistan Economic Corridor – Road to Future’ on Tuesday 29 November, 2016.
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    • Director CSC Ambassador (R) Syed Hasan Javed delivered Key-note speech at the Institute of Bankers, Karachi on Friday 16 December, 2016 on “China Pakistan Economic Corridor – Its Economic and Growth potentials for Pakistan and the Region”.
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    • Director CSC Ambassador (R) Syed Hasan Javed has been appointed to the Advisory Board of China Create Foundation, in Shenzhen for the award of China’s ‘Nobel’ Prizes for outstanding research in the fields of Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Economics, Literature/Fine Arts and Innovation. The Five Awards are valued each at RMB 8 Million (equivalent to US$ 1 Million plus).
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