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 I have watched the first day of G 20 summit held in Hangzhou entirely. Over that day, we saw leaders drop out in Hangzhou airport; we saw them take photos together; we saw them have a banquet; we also saw them watch a show

 

Here are some questions. Is it a routine? Do the leaders need watching a show? Or do they need to take photos together twice?

 

G 20 summit is well expected by the people in the world, especially Chinese as we wondered how would China hold this summit. However, during the whole day, there was not a core achievement. Leaders in these countries don’t have to watch a Chinese show in China, neither do they need to take a photo or have a banquet in China. They arrived at Hangzhou on the opening day, some of them got to Hangzhou in the late morning. Apart from that, they are the head of their countries, so their time is limited. There is no need to waste it only for watching a show. In regard to this I think it is not necessary to spend one of the two days doing meaningless routine.

 

Suggestions: firstly, all leaders should come to China the day before the opening. Secondly cancel all unnecessary events including shows and fireworks. Thirdly, start the meeting as quickly as possible. Fourthly, leaders should prepare their proposals beforehand in order to make deep discussion in the meeting. Fifthly, they should abandon different views and accomplish agreements or something that can better the world.

(Opinions of the writer in this blog don't represent those of China Daily.)


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Reply Report Ashikujaman 2017-1-25 13:08
Your opinion is right. I am agree with you!

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