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Student Liu Dibo shares his experience as a volunteer at the Beijing Winter Olympics in the forum

BEIJING, Dec. 5, 2022/PRNewswire/ — Student Liu Dibo of Tsinghua University (“Tsinghua”) shared his experiences volunteering at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games during the Generation Z Global Forum 2022 (“the Forum”) recently held. The Forum, co-hosted by Tsinghua University and China Daily, invited Chinese and foreign attendees from more than 30 countries to share their stories and insights on the direction of China and the world remotely and in person.

Liu Dibo, who studies at the Tsinghua School of the Environment, spoke to the public about his volunteer work at the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, during which he was an assistant to Francesco Ricci Bitt, President of the Association of Olympic Federations. Summer Internationals. Liu talked about cultivating a “generational friendship” with Bitt, telling him how much China has changed since Beijing hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics, and talking about Chinese culture and places of worship. Beijing interest. When he returned home, Liu was touched to receive a thank you letter from Bitt, thanking his “extraordinary friend” for making his “stay in Beijing 2022 pleasant and easy” and inviting him to the next Olympic Winter Games, to be held in Italy in 2026.

Young people from countries like Russia, India, South Africa, France, Egypt, Georgia and the United States made speeches. Bringing together young people from all over the world, the forum showcased the positive experiences of young people striving to fulfill their potential.

Qu Yingpu, editor and editor-in-chief of China Daily, delivered a speech at the forum to encourage youth around the world to promote the building of “a community with a shared future for mankind” and encouraged youth to try better understand China.

Qiu Yong, Secretary of the CCP Tsinghua University Committee and Chairman of the Tsinghua University Council, commented during his keynote speech: “Young people represent hope and are the architects of the future. A better shared future depends on us the friendship of young people continues from generation to generation”.

Other young people speaking at the forum included Nik Gu, a Russian studying international relations, and a student global ambassador from Tsinghua University. Gu talked about how he had seen China’s rapid development in recent years. Having lived in China for 17 years, Gu said he was deeply influenced by the cultural concept of “harmony without uniformity” and called on youth to unite around the world to promote “a community with a shared future for humanity.”

Tamar Kvlividze, a Georgian vlogger living in China, explained at the forum how she posts videos on social media platforms in both China and Georgia about her life experiences in China. Her channels have proven very popular in both China and Georgia, she explained, and she expressed her hope of deepening cultural ties between the two countries.

Minh Thao Chan, a French doctoral student specializing in autonomous driving at Tsinghua University, spoke about his thoughts and understanding of the “Chinese road to modernization,” and how he admires China’s emphasis on developing autonomous driving fields. of science, technology and education.

For more information, visit the Tsinghua University website.

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