China-Pakistan Study Centre, Rinstra sign MoU to enhance Shino-Pak cultural understanding


ISLAMABAD: China-Pakistan Study Centre of Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) and Rinstra, a digital media platform, has signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to increase cultural understanding between businesses and people of Pakistan and China.

CPSC Director Dr Talat Shabbir and RINSTRA CEO Amir Jahangir signed the MoU between the two organizations.

The Institute of Strategic Studies is an autonomous, non-profit research and analyses organization that was established in 1973 and the organization provides an in-depth understanding and objective analyses of regional and global strategic issues, affecting international peace and security.

The Institute also promotes a broad-based and informed public understanding of vital issues affecting Pakistan and the international community.


It may be mentioned here that RINSTRA is Pakistan’s first short-form digital media platform for on-demand streaming and for creation of user generated original content on iRinstra. RINSTRA content is innovative, entertaining, thought-provoking, informative and educational. RINSTRA provides entrepreneurship opportunities to emerging and established content creators and film makers in Pakistan and beyond.

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