LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is seriously considering the idea of using China as neutral venue for international cricket events, it was learnt on Friday. According to a PCB official, Pakistans former captain and legendary batsman Javed Miandad has suggesting the PCB to take steps to finalise China as a neutral venue for international matches. Miandad wrote that the future of cricket was very bright in China and Pakistan should help China in establishing cricket infrastructure. He also suggested sending a group of former players as a coaching team to China to train the Chinese youth. Foreign teams have refused to visit Pakistan after attack on Sri Lanka cricket team on March 3, 2009. Pakistan were the co-host of the cricket World Cup 2011 with India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka but the International Cricket Council (ICC) decided to strip Pakistan of its hosting rights. As a first step, Pakistan is likely to support Chinese bid for Asia Cup in Dhaka on Dec 12. If China succeeds to get the hosting rights of the event, it will be the first major international cricket event in China . Syed Ashraful Haq, chief executive of the ACC also confirmed that the Chinese Cricket Association had expressed its interest in hosting the 2012 Asia Cup.If our ACC board agrees, China will have its first full-fledged, major international tournament, Haq was quoted as saying Cricinfo. PCB chairman Ijaz Butt has praised the quality of grounds and facilities provided in the cricket stadium in China .