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Coordinator of the Regional Committee of the Charter for East Asia, from China.
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2006: Philosophical Reflections and Exchanges between China and Korea - 11 de dezembro de 2006

A book January 2006, we Published a book entitled: Interpretation of Contemporary Civilizations and the Charter of Human Responsibilities (Beijing: Tuanjie Press, 2006, ISBN: 7-80214-110-9/D59). It includes the Charter of Human Responsibilities, important articles which may help to understand the deep meaning of the Charter, and reflections written by people from different countries and (...)

Publication: "Interpretation of Contemporary Civilizations and the Charter of Human Responsibilities" - 19 de junho de 2006

This book was edited and published in Chinese in 2006, with 2000 copies in circulation. It collects articles from 26 authors on the Charter and the text of the Charter itself. Such a book explains the meaning of the profound concerns of the Charter. The book is to be broadly distributed in the book market. Content of the book Preface Rethinking in A New Stage of Human Civilization – Zhao (...)

Partner Members of the Chinese Charter Facilitation Committee - 12 de abril de 2005

Accademic sector: Zhao Yifeng, Professor, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, Jilin, China. Dong Xiaochuan, Professor, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, Jilin, China. Professor Dong is a well-known scholar in the area of comparative studies of religions and cultures. He is an active member in organization of seminars. Zhou Gonggu, Professor, Northeast Normal University, (...)

Zhao YIFENG - 7 de janeiro de 2005

My name is Zhao Yifeng. I am currently a Professor of History at the South China Normal University. I received my Ph.D. in history at the University of Alberta, Canada. I have Published 5 books and about 50 articles in the fields of Chinese history, world history, and historiography. I taught in Brandon University, the University of Alberta and the Northeast Normal University in my earlier (...)

Challenges: indifference and misunderstanding - 4 de janeiro de 2005

Indifference Although many people responded seriously, more people seem apparently not attracted by the presentation of the Charter. The main reason of this phenomenon is that most people are busy in China for more material objectives. Working people have to work hard making their living; the middle class, which is a new but important social group, is much concentrated to its brighter (...)

2005: Diffusing the initiative in China and Asia - 4 de janeiro de 2005

Activities in 2005 and the following years Year 2005 can see the completion of the following: A website for the presentation and discussion of the Charter Following the diffusion and presentation of the Charter to people Holding four more seminars for detailed discussions of the Charter text Writing a report of the key issues collected from the presentation and seminars Finishing the (...)

Methodology and strategy of the Chinese team in 2004 - 4 de janeiro de 2005

As reflected in the description of our activities, we followed our original working plan with the intellectuals as a key social group. The first step has produced a fine translation of the Charter. We indeed felt that the translation of the text was very important. All the further work has been based upon a fine version of the Charter itself. Meetings and seminars are the best and most (...)

Activities achieved in 2004 - 4 de janeiro de 2005

Achievements in 2004 The following work has been done during 2004: The translation of the text of the Charter was accomplished in April. Based on the previous Chinese translations done by Yu Shuo (Chinese partner of the Regional Committee living in France) and Zhao Yifeng, this new version became much more adapted and acceptable in terms of wording and conception. Five thousands copies (...)

Objectives - 4 de janeiro de 2005

For budget reasons, we had to first focus on a few essential short term objectives, while the general orientation is much wider. We are already preparing the way to achieve the middle and long term objectives. Short term objectives Translating the Charter into Chinese, with the purpose to "convey its content and meaning in a way suitable to Chinese cultural context" and "transmit the main (...)

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