CHINA The deeper meaning of Xi's metaphor at Davos


The deeper meaning of Xi's metaphor at Davos

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09:37, January 27, 2021

The problems facing the world are intricate and complex. What are the solutions?

"We should advocate fair competition, like competing with each other for excellence in a racing field, not beating each other on a wrestling arena," President Xi Jinping said in his speech at the World Economic Forum Virtual Event of the Davos Agenda on Monday.

The metaphor was thought-provoking.

Cooperation is the right way to healthy competition. An outdated Cold War and zero-sum game mentality and the misguided approach of antagonism and confrontation will eventually hurt all countries’ interests and undermine everyone's well-being.

Whether it's fighting COVID-19 or restoring the economy, mankind more than ever needs to call on the concept of mutual benefit and win-win cooperation.

To abandon the "wrestling arena" and do well in "track and field." For a better future for mankind, we must make the right choice.

(Translated by Qiu Qingyi, edited by Huang Jingjing. Post made by Wang Yufeng)

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