Intl academic conference in Dalian enhances dialogue on future development of NE Asia | Updated: 2024-05-27 14:43
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More than 50 experts from home and abroad attend the "Decoding Zhonghua" International Conference on Northeast Asian Studies in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning province, on May 25. [Photo provided to]

On May 25, the "Decoding Zhonghua" International Conference on Northeast Asian Studies was held in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning province. The event was hosted by the China Ethnic News and Dalian Minzu University, and co-organized by the Center for Asia and Pacific of China International Communications Group.

The conference was themed around "Future-Oriented Regional Cooperation in Northeast Asia" and featured two sub-forums: "High-quality development, cultural exchanges and cooperation in Northeast Asia" and "Exchanges and interaction among ethnic groups in Northeast China and their integration into the Chinese nation".

The event drew over 50 experts and scholars from China, Russia, Japan, South Korea and Mongolia. All participants of the conference engaged in profound discussions on historical narratives of interactions across ethnic groups and strategies for enhancing mutual learning and cooperation among Northeast Asian countries.

Professor Lyu Chao of Liaoning University highlighted the imperative for China, Japan and South Korea to maintain friendly relations as close neighbors. He urged a pragmatic approach to cooperation, emphasizing mutual benefit and the need to resist external interference to strengthen collaboration in cultural, economic and other sectors.

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