Former president of Slovenia, Danilo Turk was invited to give a remark on "Xinjiang in my eyes"seminar. He points out that the cause of human rights is not well served when critics speak without adequate knowledge of facts, and Xinjiang human rights is an example of political bias.
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday said that Marxism is full of vitality in 21st century China and called for developing the doctrine to make it shine brighter.
William Kirby, T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University, sits down with CGTN anchor Wang Guan. Prof. Kirby says focusing on development and people-oriented approaches are key to China's success. Communism doesn't have to mean poverty. It is not something that one should fear, but anti-communism remains a rhetorical tool used by those who fear the rise of a powerful China. Views expressed in the video are his and do not necessarily represent those of CGTN.
Xinjiang is rarely out of the news these days, as many international media continue to allege rights abuses in the Chinese autonomous region. But after visiting Xinjiang, experts and officials from both China and across the world say they are stunned by its rapid socio-economic development. Officials and experts have shared their views on the latest developments in Xinjiang, at a forum held by the China Public Diplomacy Association. The gathering, held in Kashgar, comes after participants wrapped up a week-long tour of Xinjiang. They acknowledged the effectiveness of measures to tackle extremism and end poverty in the region. They also called for the global community to develop a clearer understanding of how Uyghurs are treated there.
No Cold War and the Tricontinental Institute invites you to join our international webinar discussing ‘China, USA and Brazil’s quest for an independent foreign policy. The event is taking place on Saturday 15 May 2021 at 9AM EDT / 10AM BRT / 2PM BST / 9PM CT.
China has entered the “14th Five-Year Plan”. In the next five years, a century of changes will accelerate. According to the paper “The Post-90s and China’s Reform in the Perspective of the 14th Five-Year Plan” published in the first issue of China Youth Social Science in 2021, about 210 million people born in the 1990s will enter the employment period and become the main force of national development and social construction. In order to take advantage of the young talents in China and accelerate the growth of China’s younger generation, Renmin University of China organized the “14th Five-Year Plan and the Youth in China” seminar. The schedule is as follows: