Talks in HANGZHOU (CHINA): The second part of Vision China, a series of talks organized by China Daily, Talks in Hangzhou International Expo Center, was well attended.
Conspicuous among others there were founder of the Europe-China Forum David Gosset, Vice Director of the College of Foreign Languages and Literature at Fudan University Lu Li’an and China Daily journalist Greg Fountain.
They presented their thoughts on building a community with a shared future for mankind to an audience of more than 1,500 from home and abroad.
Some foreign attendees also gave their views on the event after listening to the presentations: Daria Kuzhetcoud from Russia said, “I think Vision China is very useful, especially for foreigners, to let them know more about China’s development. Chinese culture has attracted more and more foreigners, and China has become very popular in the world. I really liked the speech by David Gosset and his idea about China’s renaissance.”
Kamal Neupane from Nepal said, “I think the theme “a community of shared future for mankind” is very positive. It’s very new and humanitarian. I think the concept reflects China’s role as a world leader. I look forward to the realization of this community.”
Abdelvahman Ayad from Egypt said, “I think Vision China is very interesting and informative. I came here today to learn more about China. The three speakers are very unique in their fields; their speeches were all impressive.”