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Launch of book looking at concept of shared future

By Cheng Yuezhu | | Updated: 2024-03-26 17:00
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Zhang Yanqiu, the yearbook's editor-in-chief.[Photo provided to]

The Communication University of China hosted an event to launch A Global Community of Shared Future Research Yearbook 2021 in Beijing on Friday.

Compiled by the university's Institute for a Community with Shared Future and published by the Central Compilation and Translation Press, the yearbook compiles the latest research highlights on the global community with a shared future concept, presenting analyses from diverse disciplines on the concept's origins, theoretical implications and means of communication.

According to Zhang Yanqiu, a vice-dean of the institute and the yearbook's editor-in-chief, the book is based on academic research published in China in 2021, and reviews research findings in disciplines including economics, Marxist theory, management, education and history.

Its content comprises the four sections of literature review, introductions to selected books and doctoral dissertations, projects funded by the Ministry of Education and The National Social Science Fund of China, as well as academic events.

"This yearbook's publication marks our institute's attempt to comprehensively summarize the understandings of the Chinese academia in the context, significance and connotations of the concept," Zhang says.

"It not only reviews the theoretical interpretations by Chinese scholars from various disciplines on the challenges and ways to building a global community with a shared future, but also highlights the recognition and expectations of the Chinese academic community regarding this concept."

Dean of the institute, Li Huailiang, commended efforts made by the editing team and expressed his gratitude toward the publishing house, stressing the concept's significance in the contemporary era.

As the institute is about to initiate the next round of editing and compilation work, experts from the university and the publishing house gave their advice on standardizing the theoretical expressions, structures and formats.

At the end of the event, Li expressed his hope in collaborating with more professional organizations in the future: "We look forward to making continuous efforts to promote and deepen the understanding of the concept of a global community with a shared future worldwide."

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