Maurice Greene: Sports Makes Life More Perfect
When interviewed, he emphasized the importance of sports for youth. As he said, “Young men are supposed to take part in sports events because it will make your life more perfect. Sports can teach you how to face difficulties and how to deal with it under pressure. If you can do well in sports, then it won’t be a problem when faced with life and study. It is a kind of improvement of ability and makes you more confident and believe in yourselves.”
October 2015
Alexander Schischlik: Involve Intangible Cultural Heritages In The Life Of Youth
As the representative of one of the sponsors, Alexander spoke at the opening ceremony and repeatedly emphasized on the development of global youth and appealed to them for dialogue and communication, assimilation and acknowledgment and development of youth and world.
October 2015
Pu Cunxin: I Am Still Young and Want to Be One of the Beijing Winter Olympics Volunteers
“I am the right person to be invited to the forum.”In the introduction, Pu Cunxin, whose original home in Nanjing Lishui, talked in a humorous way,“I am 62 years old, according to the standard of United Nations, people below 65 are all youth.”
September 2015
Kenneth Fok at the Nanjing Youth Festival: Nanjing Is Familiar to Me
On 26, September, the first “Nanjing Youth Festival” will open in the ancient capital Nanjing. The day before the opening, member of All-China Youth Federation Kenneth Fok arrived in Nanjing, starting to make preparations for the coming events.
September 2015
Hani:Life is a football game. We may lose but never give up.
Hani, the co-founder and former captain of Palestinian women's football team, was honored “Peace Champion” by International peace and sports organization for her contributions to promote sports activities in the regions of Western Bank of Jordan River and Gaza Strip. As a speech guest of “Sports for Social Inclusion” part on this forum, She emphasized the importance of sports for youth.
July 2015
Shao Yong: Chinese urban architectural culture needs protection.
Shao Yong, associate professor of College of architecture and urban planning, Tongji University, introduced some tangible heritage such as Forbidden City and the Ancient City of Ping Yao, elaborating the changes of Chinese urban architecture from earliest times to the present day and appealing to the protection of urban architectural heritage.
July 2015
Zhang Jun: Adhere to “open” when spreading traditional culture.
Zhang Jun who have been awarded by The United Nations “Promote the development of Kunqu Opera” elaborated his creativity of Kunqu Opera in the part of “Heritage and Creativity for Sustainable Development” in World Youth Forum on Sport, Culture and Peace.
July 2015
Miao Ruilin: Sports and culture are the best way to communicate
Miao Ruilin, Deputy Party Secretary and Mayor of Nanjing, addressed at the closing ceremony of World Youth Forum on Sport, Culture and Peace. He extended his warmest congratulations on the success of this forum and sincere thanks to organizers.
July 2015
Craig Keilburger: Change the world although we are young
Craig is a Messenger of Peace of United Nations and 3 times shortlisted for the Nobel Prize for Peace. The project FTC has attracted millions of young people, established over 100 schools all over the world, provided medical products and drinking water to 1 million people.
July 2015
Li Ruohong: Youth violence should be fundamentally prevented
Li Ruohong, the chairman of China World Peace Foundation, attended the World Youth Forum on Sport, Culture and Peace on 26 August, 2014, in Nanjing and gave a speech.
July 2015
Hans: Add something new to the heritage of Youth Olympic
Dr. Hans d'Orville, UNESCO's Assistant Director-General for Strategic Planning, attended the World Youth Forum on Sport, Culture and Peace on 26 August, 2014, in Nanjing and gave a speech.
August 2015