Recently, American writer and political economist Long Anzhi said in an exclusive interview with China News Agency "Dongxiwen" that when exchanges between countries are blocked, cultural and sports exchanges are very important.

There is no doubt that culture and sports are the basis of communication between people.

The "ping-pong diplomacy" in 1972 opened the door for President Nixon to visit China and drew a blueprint for the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States.

Now, ping pong doesn't seem to be that popular because everyone is playing with mobile phones, so why not try "Kung Fu"?

  For example, Long Anzhi said that everyone likes Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan movies.

Mixed martial arts and Ultimate Fighting are very popular in America right now, and many of the truly great boxers grew up in the martial arts tradition.

The concept of mixed martial arts began with Bruce Lee, who chose and combined different traditions, and his famous fight scene in the movie "Dragon Fight and Tiger Fight" laid the foundation for mixed martial arts.

  Long Anzhi believes that people around the world turn to kung fu and martial arts, not for fighting, but for the spirit of Chinese culture, perseverance, perseverance, respect and harmony.

In the minds of many disadvantaged and minority groups, kung fu is a symbol of justice and resistance to injustice, and contains the values ​​expressed in traditional Chinese kung fu.

(Reporter Wu Xu produced Sui Zhiyuan)

Responsible editor: [Luo Pan]