Xi Jinping and students can be a bridge between young people in China and other countries: Wang Hongyan

The English version of the book, Xi Jinping and College Students, can be a bridge between Chinese youth and other countries, said an official with the Communist Youth League of China.

BEIJING, (APP – UrduPoint/Pakistan Point News – Jun 27, 2022): The English version of the book, Xi Jinping and College Students, can be a bridge between Chinese youth and other countries, an official said. Communist Youth League of China.

Wang Hongyan, executive secretary of the Central Committee Secretariat of the Communist Youth League of China, said, “Young people build the future of a nation and the future of the world. We sincerely hope that reading and sharing reviews of this book can deepen communication between young people in China and Pakistan and around the world.” She also expressed hope that such activities could give new impetus to the building a community with a shared future for humanity, CGTN reported.

Beyond and Horizon Publications of Pakistan published the English version of the book, which was recently launched in Beijing.

This book contains 25 conversations between Xi and students that took place from 1983 to 2019.

It is a period of more than 30 years. The book recorded some of his heart-to-heart conversations and President Xi’s down-to-earth engagement with young people. The book is now available in major bookstores in Pakistan.

At the book launch ceremony, some foreign students in China shared their thoughts on the subject.

Sarah Marjorey, a Ugandan doctoral student at the Communication University of China, said: “For me, as a young academic who is interested in rural revitalization and poverty alleviation, this book is very good material for first hand for me. Mohamed Jihad Mohamed Moustafa, an Egyptian student from the Communication University of China, said: “The book contains many interesting and moving anecdotes of President Xi collected over the past three decades, and it helps foreigners like us to familiar with his thoughts and ideas. .”

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