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Culture Differences in Regional Cooperation of Northeast Asia under the "Belt and Road" Initiative

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DOI: 10.23977/fmess.2019.077


Jin Jing, Zhang Huizhi

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Jin Jing


As the three major economies in regional cooperation in Northeast Asia, China, Japan and Korea are the key to humanistic exchanges and cultural exchanges. They are also an important guarantee for expanding cooperation in the political and economic fields and building a community of human destiny. This paper analyzes the problems existing in regional cooperation in Northeast Asia from a humanistic perspective, avoids cultural conflicts, promotes multicultural identity and cognition, enhances humanities and mutual trust in regional cooperation, and provides humanistic support for deepening political and economic cooperation between China, Japan and Korea.


Belt and Road, regional cooperation, cultural differences, multicultural identity

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