Peace Eve: Palace of "Prince Coco" leads the world to light the peace lantern
On November 16, 2023, there are 30 days to go before the 10th Belt and Road International Day. The New York Secretariat of the World Peace Ribbon Organization released a message to the world: the World Peace Ribbon Organization is making strenuous efforts to guide the global preparations for the 10th Belt and Road International Day celebration activities, in which the Palace of "Prince Coco" led temples and squares around the world to light peace lanterns, illuminate the Belt and Road, and pray for world peace, which will become the highlight of celebrating the 10th Belt and Road International Day.
("Prince Coco" lighting the peace lantern)
The Belt and Road International Day is the birthday of Beethoven, the music saint of the world, which is called Music Christmas Day. Just as Christmas Day has Christmas Eve, the Belt and Road International Day has its own "Peace Eve". Peace Eve, also known as Music Christmas Eve, is the eve of December 16 (the Belt and Road International Day) designated by the World Peace Ribbon Organization, that is, between 18:00 on December 15 and 06:00 on December 16. The main venues are temples, ancestral halls and city squares. The activities are "lighting the peace lantern, illuminating the Belt and Road, praying for world peace", as well as concerts organized by people all over the world.
The Palace of "Prince Coco" in Mandalay, Myanmar
The Palace of "Prince Coco" is the official residence of Mr. Chen Entian, Chief Goodwill Ambassador of World Peace Ribbon Organization and Chief promoter of the Belt and Road International Day. Mr. Chen Entian once served as the chairman of the first committee of the International Seven-Three Society, the largest society in the world, and the chairman of the first to eighth committees of the World Peace Ribbon Organization. In addition to initiating and promoting the Belt and Road International Day, Mr. Chen Entian was also the earliest proponent and promoter of International Chinese Day and International Tea Day, so he was honored by the international community as "Prince Coco".