Seminar on Chinese Dream convenes in Shanghai

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The realization of the Chinese Dream for the country's population of 1.3 billion will be a great event in human history, said a senior official at a dialogue Saturday in Shanghai.

The International Dialogue on the Chinese Dream convenes from Dec. 7 to 8 in Shanghai, drawing up to one hundred scholars from home and abroad. [] 

It will put a new face on China and make a fresh and greater contribution to mankind, said Cai Mingzhao, minister of China's State Council Information Office while delivering a keynote speech at the International Dialogue on the Chinese Dream.

Cai said that the Chinese Dream has strong appeal because it reflects the wishes of of all Chinese for a beautiful future.

The Chinese Dream concept was put forward by Chinese President Xi Jinping when he attended an exhibition themed "road towards renewal" at the end of 2012.

Achieving the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation is the greatest dream for the nation in modern times, Xi said.

The Chinese Dream has a strong appeal because our people are confident that it can come true, and the people support and trust the new central collective leadership, Cai said.

Cai said the idea of the Chinese Dream has become a driving force behind the comprehensively deepening of reforms.

Details of the reforms were outlined in a recent key meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Experts from over twenty countries are attending the two-day dialogue, hosted by China's State Council Information Office and jointly organized by China International Publishing Group and Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.

The seminar will consist of three parallel round table discussions on three main topics -- the Chinese dream and Chinese path, the Chinese dream and World prosperity and the Chinese dream and peaceful development, in order to offer a diverse range of views on how the Chinese dream will shape China’s future how it relates to the world.


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