The Sense of Community with a Shared Future for Mankind of Dragon Blade

Weihua GAO


Community is the way for human beings to survive and the only way for individuals to achieve free and comprehensive development. The concept of a community with a shared future for mankind is China’s new proposal in the new era, based on the concern for humanity. It emphasizes the concept of global governance featuring extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits, and the concept of equality, mutual learning, dialogue and inclusiveness among civilizations. The movie Dragon Blade takes the ancient Silk Road as the background and the collision and reconciliation between Chinese and Western civilizations as the main line. It reflects the Chinese nation’s pursuit of peace and shows the cultural exchange and reference between China and the West. It reveals the sense of extensive consultation, joint contribution and shared benefits, and finally formed a solid friendship between China and the West under the sense of a community with a shared future for mankind. The film fully embodies the sense of a community with a shared future for mankind.



Dragon Blade; Community; Shared future

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