The third Sino-Indian Literature Forum was held on 22 August at Sahitya Akademi in New Delhi to foster literary exchanges between the two neighbouring countries.
In its third year, the forum seeks to connect publishing houses and writers from both the countries to facilitate cultural exchanges and get more and more literary material translated into each other’s languages.
Every year a delegation from either country visits the other alternatively, to enhance the ties, he said. The forum today saw litterateurs from both India and China present papers on different aspects of literature.
While Indian writers talked about, “Non-Fiction: Recording History and Reality,” their Chinese counterparts deliberated on “The City and Countryside in Literature.”