We may not be able to travel around the World for this event, but we have traveled virtually.
THE CONCISE – OPENING REMARK (ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY DR. HONG, TAO-TZE)
Respect and accept one another, it is conscience that allows us to see beauty of culture. Collective culture is the responsibility of humanity. Consolidating our common conscience will bring a lot of positive energy.” Everyone is a Leader of Conscience”. Let’s sincerely pray for globally security and peace. His Excellency, Dr. Hong,Tao-Tze.
We want a better future where our Children will find peace.
HIS EXCELLENCY- PRINCE ROSTISLAV ROMANAV-PRINCE OF RUSSIA (RELATED TO THE LAST EMPEROR OF RUSSIA).
HER ROYAL HIGNESS, PRINCESS OWANA KAOHELELAR: Delighted to celebrate “United Nation World’s Day of Culture and Diversity”. We should always promote Human Rights, but again Large Organizations use the Culture of Diversity to cover up the ways of the elites.
We should achieve a balance floor. We see this as an opportunity to reset and be true to each other.
HIS EXCELLENCY, THE FORMER PRESIDENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (President Anthony Carmona and Wife); The United Nations’ General Assembly, emphasize the need to enhance the development of Cultural and Ethical Connections among Nations and the World to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 10, 16 and 17. There is unity in our diversity. I am proud to come from a diverse culture of people. We must remain vigilant so that our diversity is not used against us. “EVERYONE WITHOUT EXCEPTION BRINGS VALUES TO THE TABLE”. Cultural Diversity does not mean cultural dilapidation, but tolerance. “THE SOLUTIONS WE SEEK IS WRITTEN IN FRONT OF OUR WALLS.
PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATIONS OF WORLD CITIZENS. “We need to build bridges of understanding”. “We need to Celebrate our Similarities”.
AMINA MOHAMMED: When we value each other, we inspire each other and let’s make this World much better place. In this time of Conscience, we need Cultural Connection for a better World and acknowledge Human Rights.
@GLOBAL CITIZENS: As we stay home, we should take out time, to learn others’ cultures. Things to do 1. MIND (Mindful of our thoughts) 2. LOVE (Self Love) 3. Purpose 4. Socially Connect.
SMITH NWOKOCHA: Our culture varies, and in Nigeria, I am Igbo (We have our native soup OFE ISALA, very delicious). I join my voice with the rest of the World to celebrate World Day of Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Let’s keep promoting PEACE.