Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun who is presently on China visit has reached Yunnan of Shaanxi Province.
Prior to this, the Vice President addressed two official programmes organised at Lanzhou of Gansu province.
He arrived Yunnan from Gansu Saturday itself, the Secretariat of Vice President stated.
He visited the Chinese People's Revolution Memorial Museum and the site where the Office of Communist Party of China was located during the people's revolution in China.
The museum has the collection of materials used by Mao Tse-tung during the Chinese revolution and those giving the picture of the Chinese revolution.
Yunnan is the base from where Mao Tse-tung had launched the people's revolution.
The then Communist Party Office, residences of top leaders, the place where Mao Tse-tung used to read newspapers have been kept protected here.
Standing committee member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), Shaanxi province and Yunnan city secretary Xu Shinrong paid a courtesy call on Vice President Pun on Saturday evening, the Vice President's Secretariat has stated.
In the meeting, Vice President Pun stressed on the need of strengthening the Nepal-China ties and cooperation.
The CPC Yunnan city chief Shinrong said that although Mao was born in Hunan, the Maoist thought started from Yannan.
He added that they were ready to collaborate with Nepal in every sector.
Vice President Pun is scheduled to visit the Yunnan Pagoda Hill and Xian today.
He will return home Monday afternoon wrapping up his China visit.