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[As Beijing greets us with brilliantly-colored flowers in May, the long-awaited meeting on Mutual Learning and Exchanges of Civilizations is convened as scheduled. Asian friends come together to discuss the shared genesis of Asian civilizations, seek the basis for the coordinated development of...
[“East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet”—sighed the Indian-born English poet and novelist Rudyard Kipling in his poem “The Ballad of East and West.” While the literary spokesman of British imperialism, Mr. Kipling saw no possibility of integration of the East and the...
[It is an honor to touch on the topics of mutual learning among Asian civilizations in correlation with the construction of communities that have a shared future for mankind. There is an undeniable relation in the international community from the cohesion of cultures to have everlasting effects...
[Future generations will look back and identify a period during which, out of the histories of numerous peoples and societies—each rich and proud in its own right—a story of humanity in its entirety became discernible. We stand at the threshold of that transition today. Where past ages looked to...
[The world is going through complicated and profound changes, and all countries’ futures are more connected than ever before. But the world also has to choose whether to maintain the old international order or to move to a new type of international relations.]
[Problems between human beings and among nations occur because of unresolved contradictions, or conflicts resolved in an inappropriate way. Contradiction is an inevitable part of human life. Still, contradictions that cannot be resolved will inevitably lead to chaos, disputes divisions, and even...
[Civilizations should communicate with openness and grow through mutual learning. On May 22, the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations came to a successful conclusion, producing a number of practical measures and cooperation results to advance inter-civilization exchanges and mutual...
[The global community today is as much a collection of nation-states as an assemblage of civilizations. And this is most evident in Asia, the home of some of the world’s earliest and longest surviving civilizations. Over the millennial, civilizational diversity has transformed continental and...
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