The CPC’s unwavering commitment to “serving the people wholeheartedly” while fostering a spectacular and colorful panorama for the people has been inspiring.
Had it not been for the establishment of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in July 1921, the course of Chinese history would have been quite different.
People-to-people dialogue calls for abandoning the Cold War mentality and zero-sum game mindset.
“Treasures of a Lost Civilization” was a blockbuster exhibition that not only had lasting scholarly value but was also a significant bridge-builder of understanding between China and the Americas, enhancing respect and admiration for the richness and depth of Chinese culture.
Sanxingdui, home to a lost civilization, has again proven its wealth of artifacts. Only time will tell if even greater wonders await. Cutting-edge archaeological work is leading to new insights and revelations. Archaeology is constantly expanding horizons as science tends to do.
While being a logical continuation of the previous FYP, China through its 14th FYP has refocused on some of the most pressing needs of the people and nations that would like to work hand in hand with China to build a prosperous world with a shared economy.
If the COVID-19 pandemic marks an acceleration of the shift in global power towards Asia, then it is imperative for the sake of humanity that India and China both benefit from such a shift in equal measure.