BEIJING (APP) - The next month visit of Pakistan prolific batsman, former captain and country's cricket Ambassador to China Javed Miandad will greatly help develop cricket in this country, said the coach of Chinese Cricket teams. "I have a couple of meetings with Javed Bhai during my stay in Karachi where he got first hand information about the present state of cricket in China", the former Pakistan's test cricketer and now coach of both men and women cricket teams of China Rashid Khan told APP from Shenzhen. President Asif Ali Zardari, who is also patron-in-chief of the Pakistan Cricket Board, appointed Miandad as cricket ambassador to China last year. As per report, Miandad is expected to visit China from March 9-15. Rashid said that Miandad wanted to visit China earlier, but could not manage it because of his pressing engagements at home and now he was planning to visit China next month. Rashid who arrived recently from Pakistan to resume his assignments, said that at meetings, he exchanged views with Javed Miandad on areas of the game that needed immediate attention. Miandad, is due to hold meetings with official of China Cricket Association to discuss plan how to develop cricket in this country, he said. Rashid informed Miandad that with the passage of time the interest among the Chinese youths was inculcated and they were eagerly waiting for the upcoming 2010 Asian Games in which the bat-ball events will be held for the first time. "Miandad is very optimistic about the future of the cricket among the Chinese who has great love for different games that was evident from the fact that in historic 2008 Beijing Olympics, the host country was on the top of the list among the medal winners", said Rashid Khan. Like Beijing Olympics, now the Chinese athletes and officials were paying full concentration on the Guangzhou Asian Games to continue to win the hearts of the sports lovers this time from Asian countries. Coach Rashid said that at present he is imparting training in Shenzhen to the students from various universities for building up women team. "We have picked up 22 girls for the three months training camp here", Rashid said and added that training would be held in different cities also where the services of local coaches have been acquired. He said that Chinese cricketers were fully concentrating on their game with great interest and keen to get prominence at international level.