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Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng Meets with Shanghai Disney Resort President

2021/06/01

On May 25, 2021, Vice Foreign Minister Xie Feng met with Shanghai Disney Resort President Joe Schott and his delegation.

Xie Feng said, the development history of China-U.S. relations tells us that China and the United States stand to gain from cooperation and lose from confrontation. China-U.S. relations is now at an important crossroads. The sound and steady development of China-U.S. relations serves the interests of all sectors of the two countries, including the business community, and is also the common aspiration of the international community. Both sides should follow the spirit of the phone call between the two heads of states, strengthen dialogue and communication, expand practical cooperation, properly manage differences, and avoid conflict and confrontation to bring China-U.S. relations back to the track of sound and steady development. He hopes that Disney and other U.S. companies in China can share the successful story of win-win cooperation between China and the United States confidently.

Joe Schott introduced the development of Shanghai Disney Resort since its opening five years ago and thanked China for its support and assistance for Disney's operation in China, especially for the support of staff coming to China during the COVID-19. Joe Schott said, both Disney's development in China and my own working and living experience in China have proved that China-U.S. economic and trade cooperation is mutually beneficial and win-win, and China's development is an opportunity rather than a threat to the United States. Disney is committed to long-term development in China and is willing to further expand investment in China and play a positive role in deepening economic and trade cooperation between the two countries. The current difficulties in U.S.-China relations are temporary. Disney is willing to be a narrator, disseminator and promoter of U.S.-China friendship based on its own experience in China, strive to improve the perception of China among all walks of life in the United States, and contribute to the promotion of U.S.-China relations and bilateral cooperation.

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