Let Sino-Indian Friendship Flow as the Yangtze and the Ganges

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More than 2,000 years ago, there was a route which connected the Yangtze River valley to the Ganges River valley for trading primarily in silk and other products from ancient China, which helped enrich the people of both civilisations. This route has been called the “South Silk Road” and has long been a symbol of “friendship and cooperation”, reflecting a long history of friendly bilateral interaction.

Today, both China and India, pursuing their respective dreams, have an opportunity to grow their economies as partners by cooperating under the framework of Belt Road Initiative (BRI). It will help reduce imbalance, promote human exchange and the strategic docking of the China and India dreams, to the benefit the two countries, as well as the region and the world at large. 

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