ught about more than 70 years of general peace and rapid development after World War II. We mus
t oppose a Cold War mentality and competitive rivalry, which go against the tide. We must firmly pro
mote economic globalization, and prompt it to develop in a more inclusive, mutually beneficial, equitable and rat
ional direction so as to realize a common prosperity and progress of humanity.
Third, we should be disseminators of Chinese civilization. Many pun
dits in the contemporary world think that China’s traditional culture contains important an
swers to resolving difficult problems of today’s world. A nation’s most profound spir
itual pursuits are deposited in its culture. China’s development path is rooted in its civilization and traditions.