How Gen Z sees the world: Japanese student interested in BRI
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which has shown resilience and vitality in driving global development as a new model of sustainable international cooperation based on openness, inclusiveness and mutual benefit. Gen Z youth from many countries shared their impressions on the BRI with CGTN.
One of them is Takaya Inoue, an student from Japan studying at the language center of Tsinghua University in the Chinese capital Beijing. Inoue, who used to be a member of Tsinghua's Student Association of the BRI, said that through trading, the BRI also benefited greatly to the countries who are outside BRI indirectly. He believes the BRI is not only benefiting one country but the whole world.