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Youth historians explore civilization development and innovation at Beijing event

By Fang Aiqing | | Updated: 2024-06-21 13:53
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Chinese and foreign scholars discuss at the International Dialogue of Young Historians event, organized by the Chinese Academy of History, in Beijing on Wednesday on topics around the inheritance and innovation of world civilizations. [ Photo provided to]

A group of Chinese and foreign young historians, from Russia, Italy, Greece, Brazil, among others, discussed on development and innovation of world civilizations at the Chinese Academy of History in Beijing on Wednesday.

They were speaking at the International Dialogue of Young Historians event themed on inheritance and innovation of world civilizations, during which topics around mutual learning among civilizations to promote the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind were also involved.

Ma Yuan, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and executive vice-president of the Chinese Academy of History, said in his keynote speech that historically, while absorbing each other's strengths in exchanges of goods and technologies, the interaction and integration in the cultural fields also formed a vivid picture of mutual learning between civilizations, noting that only through equal exchanges can humanity seek better solutions for challenges of our time and create a better future together.

He added that young historians should shoulder the responsibility to review historical achievement of exchanges and mutual learning between civilizations, inherit enduring theories and practices, and on the basis of which, promote innovations.

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