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Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies held in Brussels

2024-06-21 20:23 Last Updated At:22:17

The Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies was held on Thursday in Brussels, gathering approximately 60 scholars and experts from China and Europe to share their research and insights on China Studies and the European Understanding of China.

The participating scholars emphasized that China's prosperity and progress contribute to global peace and development, highlighting China's role as a model of openness. The promising cooperation between China and Europe brings mutual benefits and opportunities, fostering a deeper understanding of China's development within Europe, they said.

The academic communities from both sides agreed that they should strengthen China studies and academic exchanges across various sectors to enhance mutual understanding, deepen mutual learning, and help each other succeed.

"It's important to reconnect with colleagues in China. This is a unique opportunity to the number of distinguished scholars from different parts of China to come here and meet European scholars, this is the first one. But the second thing is also that different experts working on China from various European countries are meeting here," said Dominic Sachsenmaier, a professor at University of Gottingen.

"We need to have a good knowledge of Chinese history, Chinese culture and China contemporary situation. So, I think we do need to a kind of really encourage people to study China more. At the moment, I think it's pretty critical," said Kerry Brown, a professor at King's Collage London.

During the forum, the English version of "An Introduction to World China Studies" was launched at the book fair dedicated to China studies.

Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies held in Brussels

Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies held in Brussels

Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies held in Brussels

Belgium Forum of World Dialogue on China Studies held in Brussels

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