Promoting Public Diplomacy is a Social Responsibility of Universities Zhao Qizheng · 1 ·
In April 2013, Renmin University of China hosted the “Public Diplomacy and Intercultural Communication” sub-forum at the Boao Forum for Asia. A month later, Jiujiang University hosted a forum on “Public Diplomacy for Universities”. Both forums are well received by the public, reflecting the postive social impact of universities actively participating in the promotion of public diplomacy. An increasing number of universities are involved, with great enthusiasm, in the cause of enhancing public diplomacy, and they should take more social obligation to devote to this cause.
The “Chinese Dream” and Public Diplomacy
The “Chinese Dream”: A New Requirement of China’s Diplomacy
Zhao Kejin · 6 ·
After the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, it has become the core of China’s overal diplomacy to achieve the “Chinese dream” of the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. The “Chinese dream” has laid the fundamental pathway and direction for China’s diplomacy: China will adhere to the path of peaceful development, i.e. internally seeking development and social harmony, and externally striving for peace and win-win cooperation. Furthermore, the “Chinese dream” has set China’s diplomatic objective and main tasks: safeguarding the national prosperity, creating conditions for the national revitalization, promoting the people’s well-being, and advancing the progress of the great rejuvenation.
Overseas Chinese and the “Chinese Dream” Liu Hong · 12 ·
The overseas Chinese and part of the Chinese citizens residing overseas can play an essential role in one of the following aspects: they can practice and introduce the Chinese way of development; they can uphold the Chinese spirit by maintaining and developing the Chinese culture; they can strengthen the Chinese power and promote China’s sovereignty and national unity.
“Chinese Dream” and Humanism Zhao Xinli · 17 ·
The idea of “Chinese Dream”, ever since it was put forward, has received extensive attention and become the top priority in China's political communication. The core meaning of the “Chinese dream” is to achieve great national rejuvenation, which ultimately is the people's dream. In this sense the “Chinese dream” is closely connected to every Chinese’s destiny, prospect and well-being, and therefore its promotion should focus on a more human perspective. The humanistic care of China’s political communication can be improved in terms of rationality, humanity, and entertainment. And the most effecitve approach to achieve these three aspects is a strategy of story-telling of the “Chinese dream”.