Pakistani Students Wins Second Prize in China: Out of more than 65,000 documentaries, a film about the lives of two younger Pakistani students who spend most of their time in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China, came in second.
The documentary by Hangzhou Tradition, Radio and TV focused on two bright and young Pakistani researchers from the Hangzhou Science and Technology Innovation Center at Zhejiang University (HCRT).
Second-place-winning documentary about young Pakistani students in China
Drs. Yousaf and Ali, based in Hangzhou, are dedicated to cutting-edge research on green power technologies and how they might be used in the market. They hope to address Pakistan\’s electricity issues through their scientific expertise in solar cells and batteries.
Dr. Yousaf and Dr. Ali just transferred from Peking College (QS Rating 18) to Zhejiang College (QS Rating 45). The College of Engineering and Technology Lahore, the College of Punjab, and the College of Administration and Technology Lahore are just a few of Pakistan\’s premier universities where each has worked and conducted research.
Each of them has a distinguished past that includes accomplishments in both sports and academia. They have also been hosting Pakistani youth in Beijing for the past few years, thanks to a collaboration with the Pakistan Embassy.
The younger generation of Pakistanis, who have emerged from rural regions to become the nation\’s greatest stars in the world community, look up to them as the perfect role models.
Dr. Ali explained to APP that they were presenting a positive image of Pakistan in the Chinese community by actively undertaking several research tasks and publishing excellent research publications in famous journals.
The film highlights the lives and work of the two younger documentarians. They have a proven practical understanding of the high-class development and traditional wealth display in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.