Study on Building a China-South Asia Community of Shared Future under the Context of Mutual Learning among Civilizations

Authors

  • Sun Xiqin Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences

Keywords:

Belt and Road Initiative, China, South Asia, Mutual learning, Civilizational exchange, Sustainable development

Abstract

At present, the world is experiencing profound changes unprecedented in a century. Regional and global issues continue to emerge, posing significant challenges to national governance and regional relations. In response, China has introduced the Belt and Road Initiative and aims to build a human community with a shared future, proposing Chinese solutions to global governance issues. South Asia, being an important region surrounding China, becomes a key partner in this endeavor. As highlighted by President Xi Jinping, mutual learning among civilizations is essential for constructing a China-South Asia community with a common future. Historically, China and South Asian civilizations share a deep-rooted connection, both belonging to the Himalayan civilization circle and having frequent religious and cultural exchanges, particularly through Buddhism. To establish a China-South Asia community with a common future through civilizational exchange and mutual learning, we should further strengthen the shared will of Chinese and South Asian civilizations, implement existing cultural agreements, and use current cooperation mechanisms as a starting point. This involves steadily advancing projects that benefit people’s livelihoods and well-being. Additionally, it is essential to continue cultural exchanges and collaboration in diverse fields such as biochemistry, establish a solid foundation of popular support, and achieve sustainable development.

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Published

2024-06-14

How to Cite

Xiqin, S. (2024). Study on Building a China-South Asia Community of Shared Future under the Context of Mutual Learning among Civilizations . Journal of Peace and Diplomacy, 5(1), 1–23. Retrieved from http://journalpd.com/index.php/JPD/article/view/56