Summary: Riyadh, Muharram 14, 1432, Dec 29, 2010, SPA -- The College of Oriental Studies at Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) named one of its libraries after the late King Faisal.
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SISU stands for Shanghai International Studies University
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His greatest achievement was to translate the complete works of Shakespeare into Chinese and we were delighted to appear at the famous Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford," says Mr Zhang, who read English literature at the Shanghai International Studies University The project - which is badged as part of the RSC's ongoing programme of staging every Shakespeare work - was the brainchild of Hong Kong-born David Tse Ka-Shing and the award-winning Yellow Earth Company, who had support from the British Council for the China leg of the tour.