"Prince Coco" Chen Entian congratulated Thailand on holding a forum themed Asia-Pacific Practices and Outlook for the 10th Anniversary of Belt and Road Initiative
Nasdaq Chinese Channel 1216 international broadcast, World Peace Ribbon Organization New York secretariat news, on September 7, 2023, local time in Bangkok, a forum themed Asia-Pacific Practices and Outlook for the 10th Anniversary of Belt and Road Initiative held in Bangkok, Thailand, jointly hosted by the Thailand-China Research Center of the Belt and Road Initiative and the Embassy of The People's Republic of China in The Kingdom of Thailand. Chen Entian, the chief goodwill ambassador of the World Peace Ribbon Organization, an international non-governmental cooperation organization of the "Belt and Road" and the global promotion organization of the "Belt and Road" International Day, and known as the "Prince Coco" by the international community, sent a message of congratulations.
Ten years ago, on September 7, 2013, Chinese president put forward the initiative of jointly building a Silk Road Economic Belt at Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan. On October 3, 2013, Chinese president put forward the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road in Indonesia's Congress, which is collectively called the Belt and Road Initiative. In the same year, in response to the Belt and Road Initiative and the Chinese Dream, Master Hsing Yun, an international religious leader, chose to visit the Qinglai Hall of Yunnan University, an important waypoint of the Southern Silk Road, on December 16, to hold a Buddhist enlightenment "Insight the Power of Dreams", which is famous throughout the ages. Kunming, where Yunnan University is located, is just in the middle of Kazakhstan and Indonesia.
Inspired by Master Hsing Yun's Buddhist teachings and wisdom, Mr. Chen Entian, the chief goodwill ambassador of the World Peace Ribbon Organization, chairman of the first to eighth committees, and known as "Prince Coco" by the international community , together with Ji Chaozhu, the former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, founded the World Peace Ribbon Organization (World Peace and Unity Front). They establish December 16 as the "Belt and Road" International Day. The World Peace Ribbon was identified as an auspicious token of the "Belt and Road" International Day.
Chen Entian, leader of the World Peace Ribbon Organization, said in his congratulatory message that December 16 is not only the "Belt and Road" International Day, but also the birthday of the world's music saint Beethoven (Christmas in the music world). Master Hsing Yun, the international religious leader, chose this day to hold the Buddhist enlightenment "Insight the Power of Dreams", which reflects the positive response and support of the international civil society to the Belt and Road Initiative. The "Belt and Road" International Day is destined to become an international folk festival passed down from generation to generation by the people of the world.
About 200 officials, scholars and experts participated the forum themed the Asia-Pacific Practices and Outlook for the 10th Anniversary of Belt and Road Initiative.
Such as Abhisit Vejjajiva,former Prime Minister of Thailand,
Pochin,former President of the Thai National Assembly,
General Sulasi, Director of the Thailand China Strategic Research Center at the Thai National Academy of Sciences,
Han Zhiqiang, Chinese Ambassador to Thailand, former Thai Ambassador to China,
Bilia, Jin Ping, Director of the Institute of International Relations at the Royal Cambodian Academy of Sciences,
Antony, Director of the Indonesia Research Center at the Asia Pacific Think Tank,
Lin Chuqin, Chairman of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Thailand,
Fan Xuewei, Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Thailand ,
Wirun Phichaiwongphakdee, director of the Thailand-China Research Center of the Belt and Road Initiative,
Bouadam Sengkhamkhoutlavong, director of the Asian Research Center of Laos National University.
"Prince Coco" Chen Entian and Former President of the Thai National Assembly, Pochin, former Acting Prime Minister, Pomthep, and former Commander in Chief of the Three Armies, General Asaon