Strategies and Implementation Paths of Cultural Exchange and Cooperation under the Background of “Belt and Road”

Shisheng YANG

Abstract


Cultural diversity and its exchange are the basis and guarantee of the sustainable development of culture. Cultural exchange is an important way for China to participate in the process of globalization through “Belt and Road” strategy. The core of Belt and Road’s strategy is to “discuss, build and share” to realize the common development and win-win cooperation of the countries along the route. All this must be built on the basis of “mutual understanding of the people”, and the premise of “mutual understanding of the hearts of the people” is to realize the recognition, appreciation and integration of different cultures through cultural exchanges and cooperation. Based on the analysis of the connotation and function of cultural exchange and cooperation, this paper probes into the strategy of “Belt and Road” cultural exchange and cooperation, and the way to realize it.


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The Belt and Road; Cultural exchange and cooperation; Implementation Path

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11031

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