1. Quaid-e-Azam’s portrait in Lincoln’s Inn, London. 2. Several times Pakistani trucks featuring magnificent truck art were spotted in different countries. Istanbul: Toasting the ties between Pakistan and Turkey. A Peshawar bus was spotted in London In Australia, Pakistani students gifted this truck-art inspired tram to their Australian fellows. This has now become a tradition. 3. There is a city called Lahore in Virginia, USA, named after the ancient city of Lahore in Punjab, Pakistan. 4. A 1.5 metre bronze statue of Quaid-e-Azam in York University, Canada 5. Pakistani community celebrating Independence Day in USA. 6. America welcomes President Ayub Khan in 1961. 7. Pakistan’s Army Band giving a great performance on the Main Square of Russia 8. Children in Congo honouring Pakistan’s Founder, Quiad-e-Azam. There is a school called Jinnah Public School in Congo founded by Pakistan Army officers. 9. There is an exact replica of Lahore Fort in China! 10. In Switzerland, there is a road named after Dr. Abdus Salam, who was the first Pakistani to win a Nobel Prize in Physics. 11. Talking of roads, there is a street called Iqbal Street in Heidelberg, Germany, named after the famous Allama Iqbal.