Xi made the remarks in a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations. The conference was proposed by Xi at the annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia in There are only different civilizations, and there are no superior or inferior civilizations, Xi said, adding that those who think their races or cultures are better, and try to change or replace other cultures, are wrong in their mindset and are doomed to fail. Every civilization is rooted in its own soil, which embodies the extraordinary wisdom and spiritual pursuit of a country and its own values, Xi said. He pointed out that if human civilizations were all in one tone and had one model, the world would be monotonous. In his speech, Xi called on all countries to create conditions for other civilizations to develop while maintaining their own vibrancy.
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What is she thinking? So what are the dark sides of my Chinese heritage that I distance myself from? What are the Chinese cultural values with which I identify most? What I like about Asian cultures I love the fact that we are hard workers. Loyalty is in our name, and we would sacrifice everything to support our family.
All countries should uphold equality and respect and abandon pride and prejudice to promote dialogue and harmonious coexistence among civilisations, he said. There will be no clash of civilisations as long as people are able to appreciate the beauty of them all, he said. Mr Xi stressed the need to ensure openness, inclusiveness and mutual learning among civilisations. The conference aimed to create a new platform for advancing equal dialogue and mutual learning and inspiration among civilisations in Asia and the rest of the world, he said.
The idea of enhancing cultural exchanges among Japan, China and South Korea was agreed on at the ministerial level in In September , prior to launching the project, the culture ministers of the three neighbors met in the South Korean city of Gwangji and designated one East Asia City of Culture in each country. CHIHO IUCHI This year, the three cities have been serving as the principal venues for a series of cultural and art exchange programs to enhance mutual understanding and encourage a sense of unity within the three neighbors, whose ties have been increasingly strained over severe territorial disputes and conflicting interpretations of historical issues. One of the events held in August in Yokohama was the East Asia Youth Ballet Week, which featured young ballet dancers from the three countries, organized in collaboration with the Yokohama Arts Foundation. Twelve young dancers from renowned ballet schools from Japan, China and South Korea spent a week in Yokohama, taking intensive master classes and performing at Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, a Yokohama port icon, while participating in cultural activities such as a Japanese tea ceremony workshop and an excursion to the Yokohama Triennale
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Saran 1 month ago
Her name is Yumi:
Mirr 1 month ago
Zulkizilkree 1 month ago
Shes Cute in pretty much every way.
Medal 1 month ago
Great vid. He should stick to fucking and less talking. lol
Munris 1 month ago
31:50 who is that
Nik 1 month ago
that looked like a really really good fuck.... lucky asshole