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11 December 2006
2006: Philosophical Reflections and Exchanges between China and Korea by Zhao YIFENG

19 June 2006
Publication: "Interpretation of Contemporary Civilizations and the Charter of Human Responsibilities" by Zhao YIFENG

Partner Members of the Chinese Charter Facilitation Committee - 12 April 2005, by Zhao YIFENG

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, Changchun, Jilin, China. Professor Zhou, currently the Dean of the Faculty of History and Cultures of (...)

Challenges: indifference and misunderstanding - 4 January 2005, by Zhao YIFENG

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 future ahead. The economy has been providing a lot of opportunities for people in China during these (...)

Methodology and strategy of the Chinese team in 2004 - 4 January 2005, by Zhao YIFENG

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 essential methods to send out messages and collect answers. Seminars are also very helpfulto involve (...)

Objectives - 4 January 2005, by Zhao YIFENG

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 common ideas into a whole range of texts in local languages produced in consultation with local (...)

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