It is the relentless efforts of the Chinese people that have made China what it is today!
In a boat race, those who row the hardest will win.
Rules should be formulated by the international community, not in a might-is-right way. Once the rules are made, they should not be followed or bent as one sees fit, and they should not be applied with double standards for selfish agendas.
Just as one does not expect a single prescription to cure all diseases, one should not expect a particular model of development to fit all countries. Blindly copying the development model of others will only be counterproductive, so will be any attempt to impose one’s own development model on others.
When it comes to choosing a development path for a country, no one is in a better position to make the decision than the people of that country.
We should reject arrogance and prejudice, be respectful of and inclusive toward others, and embrace the diversity of our world. We should seek common ground while putting aside differences, draw upon each other’s strengths and pursue co-existence in harmony and win-win cooperation.
Scientific and technological innovations should not be locked up or become profit-making tools for just a few.
History has shown that confrontation, whether in the form of a cold war, a hot war or a trade war, will produce no winners.
Let us keep the steering wheel steady and paddle in the right direction so that the ship of the global economy will brave winds, break waves and sail to a brighter future.
Resorting to old practices such as protectionism and unilateralism will not resolve problems. On the contrary, they can only add uncertainties to the global economy.