position: EnglishChannel > Comment > Article

A Community Where People Live in Harmony

Source: Science and Technology Daily | 2023-03-23 11:39:56 | Author: Hassan Butt

A community where people live in harmony. (PHOTO: VCG)

By Hassan Butt

As a big follower and proponent of the concept of a community with a shared future for mankind, I have been following President Xi Jinping since 2013, who has been speaking about a world as a community where people live in harmony and not just interconnected but interdependent.

China is fulfilling its promises as it has taken the BRI forward. The BRI has helped poverty alleviation and develop the social and economic connectivity through various initiatives. Today, we can see the development of infrastructure and energy in many countries including Pakistan has helped poverty alleviation.

When it comes to the effects that the concept brings to other countries or the world, we are not talking about changes but harmony. China speaks about non-interference and connectivity.

What China wants to do is connecting people. It's not just about linking roads and bridges but policy connectivity on trade and investments so that economic prosperity can come. The vision of a community with a shared future is about prosperity and mutual growth. Through BRI and other initiatives, countries could benefit from each other's endowments when they are linked, when policies are connected, when seamless trade happens, and when trucks, trains and lorries move conveniently from one country to another .

Dr. Hassan Butt has been the Project Director of the China-Pak economic corridor in BRI.

Editor: 龚茜

Top News

  • The use of bow and arrow for hunting and warfare dates back to the Paleolithic period in many parts of the world. Thousands of years ago, the crossbow was then invented by Chinese on the basic bow design, expanding the use of mechanical and hand-held weapons, and revolutionizing the battlefield.

China, France to Deepen Sci-tech Cooperation

Wang Zhigang, minister of science and technology, said, "We hope this program will encourage more Chinese and French research teams to participate in sci-tech exchanges and cooperation, and encourage institutions to establish joint laboratories and other long-term cooperation platforms."

U. S. Sanctions Will Not Halt Rise of China's Chip Industry

U.S. chip export controls will not affect China's 30-year head start in nurturing its stockpile of rare earth metals, skilled chip designers and engineers, and thousands of indigenous suppliers.