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LUMBINI, Nepal 〞 For a few short hours, as dancers imported from Kathmandu leapt and twirled for the bemused president of this tiny Himalayan republic, the sleepy, provincial town of Lumbini, in western Nepal, became the focus of the great chess game underway between India and China... More△△


On the streets of Katmandu, overlapping the unique harmonious and peaceful atmosphere that permeates in Nepal, a ray of tension emerges because the country is now in the final stages of reforming its constitution. According to the provisional constitution amendment that was passed last July, this May 28th is the deadline for the country to finalize its new constitution ...


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  APECF delegation goes to Nepal to attend the Signing Ceremony
From May 6th to May 7th, 2011, Mr. Xiao Wunan, Executive Vice President of APECF, led a delegation of four to travel to Nepal from Thailand and had a successful signing ceremony. During their stay in Bangkok, Korn Dabbaransi, former Vice Prime Minister, Co-Chairman of APECF, received the delegation. ## More△△
  News Release for the Signing Ceremony of the ※Lumbini Buddist Cultural Special Zone§ Project
On 15 July 2011 in Beijing, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Asia Pacific Exchange and Cooperation Foundation (APECF) ## More△
  Relative Information on Lumbini
  A Chinese-backed foundation and Nepal*s government plan to transform Lord Buddha*s birthplace in southern Nepal into a magnet for Buddhists in the same way as Mecca is to Muslims and the Vatican for Catholics. The Asia Pacific Exchange and Cooperation Foundation plans to raise $3 billion at home and abroad to build temples, an airport, a highway, hotels, convention centres and a Buddhist university in the town of Lumbini, about 171 km (107 miles) southwest of Nepal*s capital Kathmandu.  
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