The National Institute of Radio and Television has recently declared that Peru´s TV programs will show in China.
This development stemmed from Peruvian president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski´s visit to China last month, when officials signed various agreements to promote a closer relationship between the two countries.
The chairman of National Institute of Radio and Television, Hugo Coya, asserted that this sharing of Peru´s TV Programs is a step towards the exchange of culture between China and Peru.
Furthermore, Coya insists that China has committed to producing TV programs, movies, and other films that focus on tourism, and to provide them in Mandarin, English, and Spanish.
Coya says of this development: ´´A Chinese television team is currently in Cusco and Arequipa shooting a documentary on Peru, in a bid to increase Chinese visits to our country.´´
Clearly, the new agreements between China and Peru are already creating a bourgeoning relationship between the two countries.