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Contribution of Qiaopi in China-Malaysia Economic Trade

This paper had comprehensively applied investigation, observation, literature research, empirical research, quantitative research, interdisciplinary research, case analysis, functional analysis and other methods to investigate, analyze, infer, summarize and summarize the role and contribution of Qiaopi phenomenon, Qiaopi events, culture and Qiaopi. This paper makes an in-depth study on the contribution of Qiaopi to the economic trade between China and Malaysia, and draws the following conclusions. Qiaopi is one of the unique cultural phenomena formed by the special historical period and historical reasons in modern China. It is an important part of the Chinese culture and the world culture and has made great contribution to the development of mankind. Qiaopi is a unique culture shared by the coastal countries of Southeast Asia and China. It is an important part of the economic trade between China and Malaysia. China and Malaysia enjoy a long-standing friendship. Malaysia would be China's best economic and trade partner, the most responsive country to China's Belt and Road Initiative, and a friendly country that had made fruitful achievements in China's economic construction and development. The promotion and construction of the overseas Chinese culture is of great significance and had played a huge role in further promoting the economic and trade exchanges between China and Malaysia and the friendly relations between the two countries.

Qiaopi, The Belt and Road, China-Malaysia Economic Trade

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Shaoyun, D., Qinghua, Q. (2024). Contribution of Qiaopi in China-Malaysia Economic Trade. International Journal of Education, Culture and Society, 9(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijecs.20240901.11

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Shaoyun, D.; Qinghua, Q. Contribution of Qiaopi in China-Malaysia Economic Trade. Int. J. Educ. Cult. Soc. 2024, 9(1), 1-12. doi: 10.11648/j.ijecs.20240901.11

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Shaoyun D, Qinghua Q. Contribution of Qiaopi in China-Malaysia Economic Trade. Int J Educ Cult Soc. 2024;9(1):1-12. doi: 10.11648/j.ijecs.20240901.11

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