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Nanjing University John Rabe Memorial was invited to attend the International Symposium
April 10. – 12. 2014 the History Department of Nanjing University took part in the "War, Conflict and non-violence Resolutions" Symposium, which was co-sponsored by the Chahaer Institute and Science and Technology Department of Hunan University in Xiangtan, Hunan Province. 56 Chinese and foreign scholars and media representatives from Germany , Japan, India as well as from Yunnan University, Zhejiang University, Guangming Daily, HISTORICAL , Hunan University of Science and Technology , Hebei University, Xiangtan University attended the meeting. Rabe Memorial Hall of Nanjing University, led by the curator Wu Mei, was invited to attend and speak at the meeting.
At the meeting, Nanjing University Department of History Professor Liu Cheng described the seven core concepts and features of peace studies to "learn the core concepts of peace". Professor Liu said: “The ultimate goal is to learn more and achieve a peaceful world while the focus is on how to achieve peace by peaceful means”. Hochschule Vechta University Professor Egon Spiegel from Germany described the detailed development process of peace science through his "learn the basic theme of peace" statement. "Peace cannot be used as a language to describe the state but only to non-violent means which have to be achieved." Yang Shanyou of the Rabe Memorial Hall spoke about his article "The Value of Archives Kept in Peace Museums" at the conference: "International Peace Museums and History Museums are about the topic of peace, whether it is the museum itself or its displayed file contents. They are in the pursuit of peace and show historical figures and historical records of human-related historical events in different stages. As one of the International Peace Museums, Rabe Memorial is a historical witness to the Nanjing Massacre but also peace and conflict resolution research and exchange center. Rabe Museum showed collections of files to foreign correspondents file activity and highlighted the role of International Peace Museums in recording history as well as promoting against war. The importance of seeking equality has enriched the contents of Peace Studies and International Peace Museum reflected the value of public diplomacy."
The seminar further promoted the academic exchange on issues of peace and conflict resolution studies as well as the construction of the south, south-central and southwestern regions of university peace studies programs.
Yang Shanyou from Rabe Memorial Hall speaking