Oct 5, 2010, 12:17 PM
At the invitation of the government of the republic of
Over the years, the two countries have continued to enjoy fruitful bilateral cooperation in many areas of endeavour, including health, education, agriculture, infrastructure and culture.
We have no doubt that the Gambian team will perform well, to the expectations of the organizers and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture.
Cultural exchange is essential as it brings people and nations closer to each other, despite distances. The team’s participation also signals the love and care the two countries have for each other.
We welcome this initiative, and encourage the team to put in more efforts while in
We firmly believe that when people are familiar with each other’s culture, then they can better know each other.
Our commendation goes to the Minister of Tourism and Culture, Madam Fatou Mass Jobe-Njie, for her active role in preparing the team.
Also, we salute the Taiwanese Embassy in
Culture is very important in one’s life, and a man without culture is just like a house built without a roof.
We should do everything possible to promote, preserve and protect our culture for posterity.
Culture tells who we are and where we are coming from and heading to as a people.
We suggest that the government invests heavily in the development and preservation of our culture, for the benefit of generations unborn.
The challenge, therefore, is for both the government and stakeholders to put all hands on deck for the advancement of our rich cultures.
One of the reasons our tourism sectors in
The stakeholders engage in the tourism and culture should also come up with new initiatives that would attract visitors to come to the country to buy our products, and also assist in the promotion of culture.
Government should now think of building a National Theatre which will serve as a training ground for the upcoming artist to excel with their talents.
Lets us all work together for the betterment of our culture.