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The World Harmony Foundation (WHF) advocates that the UN Charter should be updated to reflect the new necessities of a Covid Pandemic World
June 26, 2020 is the UN Charter Day.
History records the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the world’s largest international organization. Turning a page of history. The UN has contributed to the coordination of 193 member states’ for the peace, harmony, poverty alleviation, environmental protection, and sustainable development goals. No! Developed countries in the east and west have assumed different responsibilities in promoting the goals of the United Nations at different times.
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From April 15 to 17, 2021, China’s Special Envoy for Climate Change Xie Zhenhua
and the U.S. President’s Special Envoy for Climate Issues John Kerry
held talks in Shanghai.
The two sides conducted candid, in-depth and constructive communication on issues such as cooperation on climate change, the leaders’ climate summit, and the 26th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Climate Convention.
They made positive progress, reached a joint statement on addressing the climate crisis, and restarted China and the United States channels for climate change dialogue and cooperation.
The two sides recognize that climate change is a serious and urgent threat to the survival and development of mankind. China and the United States will strengthen cooperation and work together with other parties to tackle the climate crisis.
From August 31 to September 3, 2021, the Chinese side invited the Special Envoy to visit China. During the period, China’s Special Envoy for Climate Change Affairs Xie Zhenhua held talks with Kerry in Tianjin to exchange views on Sino-US climate change cooperation and the 26th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Secretary Kerry’s ringing the small Harmony Bell at the COP26 alerts people around the world to have a harmonious voice in jointly addressing climate issues. Mr. Frank Liu, Chairman of the World Harmony Foundation, expressed his deep gratitude:
I am very grateful to Climate Envoy Kerry for his efforts at COP26. WHF Chairman Frank Liu invited Secretary Kerry to ring the bell three times. In traditional Chinese culture, 3 means multiple.
It means that ringing the bell three times represents a long and deep alert to all mankind on the issue of the climate catastrophe, and it also embodies the continuous sound of harmony between countries and between humanity and nature.
After the ceremony, Frank Liu, Chairman of the World Harmony Foundation, said:
During the casting of the large version of the Harmony Bell, we used spent ammunition donated by the military, and recycled metal collected by Chinese and American students.
The creation of the original Harmony Bell incorporates people’s expectations for stopping wars and achieving peace, as well as everyone’s practice of harmony and environmental protection.
At the COP26 conference, the leaders of China and the United States are in harmony with climate issues. Spiritual consultation and resolution of the global climate crisis has led more and more other countries to join.
This is a very good start. It not only means that the relationship between China and the United States is improving, but also means seeking unity, harmony, and environmental protection to end severe damage to Mother Earth.
In addition,Mr. Frank Liu also told reporters that the next step for WHF is to establish a Harmony Bell Association, with a view to donating small harmony bells to heads of state around the world to promote harmony in each country.
It is expected that the World Harmony Foundation can make more contributions to the promotion of global ecological issues!
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contact Mr. Frank Liu,
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry Struck the Harmony Bell to warn of global climate change and the need for success of the COP26 conference
On November 11, 2021, in order to issue a warning to all mankind on the issue of the global climate catastrophe, U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry rang the small version of the Harmony Bell three times during COP26 and had a brief exchange on harmony and environmental protection with Mr. Frank Liu, Chairman of the World Harmony Foundation.
The U.S. Climate Envoy advocates that China-U.S. relations should be treated with a long-term perspective-because many issues in future international affairs require cooperation and consultation between the United States and China.