Chinese language is critical to learn to get the benefits of modern technologies. China Pakistan Economic Corridor will open new avenues of interaction between the both countries. It was stated by Dean Faculty of Natural Sciences, Humanities and Islamic Studies Prof. Dr. Shahid Rafique while addressing to the students of first ever of 3-months Chinese Language course arranged by Department of Humanities and Modern Languages University of Engineering and Technology Lahore. Incharge Department of Humanities Alia Saleem Naushahi said the language is core attribute of any culture and Chinese language has big history. So as per the needs of market, department has taken initiative to train students and professionals for Chinese Language. Chinese teacher Zhou Lin Aisha said that Pakistani youth has huge potential to seek new areas of development. She expressed her hope that this course will enable the youth to participate in Chinese language related academic and professional activities confidently. Zhou Lin Aisha will train the students of the course. Keeping in view, professionals and students of different institutes are taking part in it.