Friday, November 19, 2010

Exercise is good for you

S'pore, China in joint military exercise
The Straits Times
www.straitstimes.com

http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_605140.html

Nov 19, 2010

By Hannah Koh

THE Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the People's Liberation Army of China are participating in a counter-terrorism training exercise from Thursday to Nov 26.

This is the second time the training exercise between the two countries has taken place.

About 60 personnel from each side are taking part in Cooperation 2010, which focuses on counter-terrorism security operations for major international events.

The nine-day exercise consists of seminars, planning exercises and response drills.

Speaking at the opening ceremony on Friday, Brig-Gen Teo Jing Siong from the SAF said: 'Singapore welcomes China's continued defence exchanges and interactions with our region at the bilateral and multilateral levels, which would help foster cooperation and better understanding between regional militaries.'


PLA medical team participates in medical rescue joint operation in Peru

(Source: PLA Daily) 2010-11-18

  According to the agreement reached by the defense departments of China and Peru, the medical team established by the Health Department of the General Logistics Department (GLD) of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) left Beijing for Peru on November 17 to participate in the “Peace Angel 2010” Sino-Peru humanitarian medical rescue joint operation.

  Qin Yinhe, deputy director of the GLD, attended the expedition ceremony for the medical team. It’s said that the contents of the “Peace Angel 2010” joint operation include exchanges, training, rescue exercise and medical service.

  In recent years, the PLA had sent medical service troops to carry out exchanges and cooperation with foreign militaries for many times, reflecting the active efforts of the PLA in co-building a harmonious world and deepening the traditional friendship of China and its PLA with relevant countries and their militaries.

  By Yang Zurong

Editor:Cui Xinwen

1 comment:

Bosco said...

The stationary exercise bike I bought couple days ago is made in China.