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March 28, 2022

Korean author’s book “3000 Years of Karma Legacy – An Indian Baniya Story”

The delegation also visited Korea Pavilion at Dubai World Expo 2020 and presented this book to the authorities there.

South Korean author’s English languages book “3000 Years of Karma Legacy – An Indian Baniya Story” was unveiled in Dubai on Sunday.

Written by KIM Moon Young, one of the top authorities in the Republic of Korea’s foreign trade promotion agency KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency), the book was launched during a high-level trade seminar of Global India Collaborative (GIC) in Dubai today in the presence of Dr. Ved Pratap Vaidik – a noted journalist, political analyst, and freelance columnist of India, and Santosh Mangal, Global President, GIC, Ashok Bhuwaniwala National President and other senior members of GIC.

Prior to this on Saturday, the GIC delegation, which was on a 4-day trade visit to Dubai on March 25-28, also visited Korea Pavilion at Dubai World Expo 2020, and Sanjeev K Ahuja, Editor-in-Chief, ACN Network along with delegation members handed over the GIC manual and the book 3000 Years of Karma Legacy – An Indian Baniya Story to Ms. Inhye KO, PLO, Korea Pavilion.

KIM Moon Young is currently the Regional Director, KOTRA and is based in Seoul.

The book “3000 Years of Karma Legacy – An Indian Baniya Story” is an inspiration from Mr. Kim’s original book “3000 년 ‘카르마‘가 낳은 인도상인 이야기”, which was written in Korean language and printed in Seoul. Mr. Kim translated his book into the English language for the convenience of Indian readers, and Asian Community News (ACN) Network got it published in India.

Source: Asian Community News

Korean author’s book “3000 Years of Karma Legacy – An Indian Baniya Story” unveiled in Dubai – Asian Community News

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