美因茨05vs汉诺威96 www.hsutd.com In honor of the 60th anniversary of the democratic reform in Tibet, Tibet Buddhism College in Lhasa, Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has organized more than 900 students including Buddhist monks and nuns to visit the Tibetan serf liberation museum for patriotic education.

The event was to educate the monks and nuns to remember the contribution of the Communist Party of China for Tibet and to confirm their confidence of following the Party, as the museum showed the dramatic changes in the region before and after democratic reform in 1959, Zhang Liangtian, Party secretary of the college, told the Global Times on Monday.

Many students were born after the Tibet’s democratic reform and the visit could inform them about Tibet before the reform and enhance their patriotism, according to Zhang.

The museum opened on March 28, the Tibet Serf Emancipation Day, with 165 precious historical documents, 299 historical objects, 331 pictures and 4 large scenes, to show the dark history before the reform and the achievements that Tibet has made since 1959.

According to the report of Tibet Satellite Television on Monday, Buddhism students were filmed taking photos of the historical relics and documentaries in the museum.

“When I saw the display of three clay-sculptured people live in a dark and narrow room, I felt the contrast with old Tibet. Our life now is happy. I can feel the warmth of the Party and our country,” said Choskyi Nyima, a student of the Buddhism college, said in the report.

Another student named Cuocheng Zama said thanks to the Party carrying out the democratic reform, nuns can enjoy the chance of learning Buddhist knowledge, noting that before reform men and women in Tibet were unequal in many aspects.

The government has supported monks and nuns with preferential policies in many fields including endowment and medical insurance, and minimum living subsidy, student Tenzin Wangmo was quoted by the media as saying.

“I’ll study harder the ‘four standards’ (which asks them to love the Party and China) to be a good nun,” said her.

Every student wrote an article after visiting the museum, with most expressing their loyalty to the nation and the Party, and firm opposition to splitting the country, said Zhang.

Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech at the opening of the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) on Friday. He introduced measures China will take to further expand its opening-up. Apart from widening access to capital markets and strengthening protection of intellectual property rights, China will not seek a trade surplus, will import more agricultural products and services and will not pursue currency devaluation that harms others.

President Xi put forward the high-standard and high-quality development of the Belt and Road, emphasizing the importance of sticking to a green and clean approach. This shows the construction of the Belt and Road will be upgraded.

The BRF is the largest event in the world that focuses on development. It responds to the development needs of countries and confronts various issues in international economic cooperation. Both the forum and the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) are becoming more attractive.

All major powers in history, guided by geopolitics, realized national expansion through expanding spheres of influence. Based on their own experiences, the US and some other Western countries believe the BRI carries China’s geopolitical ambitions as the Marshall Plan did. They believe obstructing the BRI could be an effective way to contain China’s rise.

China is rising in a way different from that of other powers. China’s approach is to continuously expand its opening-up to the world and share its quality resources, such as the market, with the world, so as to build win-win cooperation.

Italy and Switzerland recently participated in the BRI. A NATO member state and a country surrounded by US allies, can they become China’s “sphere of influence?”

There are shortcomings in the construction of the Belt and Road, and adjustments and improvements are needed. This is a normal process that such a grand and large-scale international cooperation project has to undergo.

The BRI will establish an effective platform to meet the development needs of the world. It’s not a place for empty talk, showcasing values or playing political games. Putting one construction project after another into practice, bringing benefits to all parties involved and promoting the economic development of participating countries are the value orientation of the BRI.

One of the reasons why the US doesn’t support the BRI is it spends too much on defense, and its ability to build bridges and roads and develop industries has been weakened.

The BRI has no purpose to confront others. Its openness is unprecedented in the history of international multilateral cooperation. Even if there is some confusion and criticism with it, China doesn’t respond with confrontation.