Chinese President Hu’s four points
to peaceful co-existence with US
Professor Chang Shang-Te,
at Dharma Academy,
January 18th, 2011.
According to the report from Washington Post on 16th January 2011,
Chinese President Hu Jintao has sought common ground with the United States as he prepared to embark on a visit to Washington, though he acknowledged that "differences" and "sensitive" issues persist between the two countries.
In written responses to questions from The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal published on Monday, Hu insisted that his country believes in the principle of peaceful co-existence, as he prepared to meet his counterpart Barack Obama at the White House next week.
"There is no denying that there are some differences and sensitive issues between us," Hu said.
But he asserted that "we both stand to gain from a sound China-US relationship, and lose from confrontation".
To follow the path of peaceful development, he said, is a solemn commitment of the Chinese government and people to the international community.
Response from Professor Chang Shang-Te:
1. I completely accept President Hu’s points of view.
2. I sincerely hope USA President Obama and the world leaders:
There is no other way to go for today's world except
Peace, Justice, and Equity for all Human beings.
3. Hope so! Hope so! Hope so!