Live: Vision China speakers talk poverty reduction, peace
Officials from the United Nations, veteran diplomats and scholars will share their insights on China's contributions to poverty reduction worldwide and international peace and development at the latest Vision China event to be broadcast online on Sept 16.
As this year marks the UN's 75th anniversary of its establishment and China is stepping into a xiaokang society, or a moderately prosperous society, the event will center on the role China played in promoting world peace and fulfilling the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Launched in 2018 by China Daily, Vision China invites renowned political, business and academic speakers to tell China's story from a global perspective and discuss major China-related topics of international interest. It is a broad platform to make China's voice better heard around the world, as well as build a new channel to respond to global concerns on major China-related issues.
Vision China has been held 14 times so far in places that include Beijing, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Macao, the United States, the UK and South Africa. The latest event is the sixth Vision China session that has moved online due to COVID-19.
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