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Nishan Forum opens in Shandong

09-26-2010 20:00 BJT

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The Nishan Forum on World Civilizations has opened in Qufu City, the birthplace of China's great philosopher Confucius, in Shandong Province.

The forum is dedicated to dialogue among civilizations. More than 170 dignitaries, including Confucian scholars, Buddhists, Taoists from China are attending the two-day forum. They are joined by more than 30 foreign scholars and Christian personalities from the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Australia, Japan and Thailand. The forum's aim is "to explore building a harmonious world with diversified cultures."

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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