Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2022, 5(19); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2022.051905.
No.40 Primary School, Jinfeng District, Yinchuan City, Ningxia, China
Ningxia is the ancient Silk Road through the west through the Hexi corridor to the Western regions and Europe. More than 2,000 years ago, our ancestors went beyond the limitations of ethnic groups, cultures and regions, and together painted a picture of harmonious friendly exchanges between China and Arab countries along the ancient Silk Road. In promoting the Silk Road Economic Belt and China-Arab cooperation, Ningxia enjoys unique advantages and special status in policy, culture, location and industry. It can well play the role of bridge and bond between China and Arab countries and drive the comprehensive and practical development of China-Arab cooperation. By combing and discussing the cultural relics and values of the ancient Silk Road and analyzing the feasibility of transforming provincial competition into international differential competition, this paper shows that Ningxia should obtain certain advantages in international competition. It is necessary to highlight its cultural core competitiveness -- the great integration of Hui culture and Han culture, and connect the cultural sites with local characteristics with the current Ningxia as the strategic fulcrum carrier of "The Belt and Road", so that the development of culture leads the economy.
The ancient Silk Road; Cultural sites; Feasibility; Line
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