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Voices of keynote speakers | Updated: 2017-06-14 09:55

Voices of keynote speakersZheng Xiaoyun

Deputy director/professor, Institute of World Religions, CASS

From the cultural communication view, "One Belt and One Road" is the multi-culture collaboration, new realm of civilization, and also the modernized Silk Road culture.

We need mutual understanding and communication to strengthen the cooperation of "One Belt and One Road". But still we need to respect the cultural difference. We need to build up the international cultural communication platform, promote different countries policies and stories to reach the world peace.

Ren JiaVoices of keynote speakers

Counselor of the Yunnan Government

Only cooperation can make bigger profits today. By reaching the goal of the community of common destiny, "One Belt and One Road" that China proposed could help us find more common interests.

Based on the China South Asia and Southeast Asia Think-tank Forum, I suggest that we can build a think-tank web union, organize more international culture and art cooperation, develop more tourism products, etc.

We are not only cooperating in economic area with South and Southeast Asia, security collabration is also important.

Voices of keynote speakers


The president of Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies (BIPSS)

As the 7th biggest population country in the world and our important geographic location, Bangladesh became the link point to South Asia and Southeast Asia. For us, China is our good example and we have so many communications in the history. By the support of each country's leaders, the relationship is becoming closer and closer. Now China is the biggest trade partner and Bangladesh is the third biggest commercial partner of China.

Voices of keynote speakersAbdul Rasheed Ali

The professor from Maldives National University

With China's help, we have done so many things together. And for this Think-Tank forum, I believe we are going to be closer and makes China more famous. Actually this is the win-win situation for China and Southeast Asia.

Shakeel Almad

Doctor of Integrated Social Sciences School and Secuirty Strategy Policy Research Center at University of Lahore

"One Belt and One road" is a project that included so many economic development programs in different areas. From the international law, I think "One Belt and One road" is a national renaissance project, is a non-political proposal. "One Belt and One road" respect other countries policies and social system. It focus on interactivity and looking for shorten the distance between different countries.

Voices of keynote speakersDr. Sahas Bunditkul

Former Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand

I believe that, if the mentioned highlights of opportunities, ideas, measures and problems have been clarified, studies, analyzed and taken into action with good understanding, the deepening of China's pragmatic cooperation with South and Southeast Asian countries under the Belt and Road Initiatives will not be far to reach, as the saying of Albert Einstein, "peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding."

C.Joshua Thomas

Director of Indian Council of Social Science Research (North Eastern Regional Center)

In order to keep the Asian civilization, push forward more interconnection, and accelerate the globalization of South Asia and Southeast Asia, the Belt and the Road became the new stage of this society development.

U Wynn Lwin

Former Ambassador of Myanmar to India Senior member, Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies (MISIS)

China-Myanmar oil and gas pipeline construction project is a very important project of BCIM economic corridor. After the construction, it can deliver 22 million tons of crude oil to China per year. I think it can help Chinese economy development, and Yunnan development.

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