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Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, and Chinese Vice-Premier Liu Yandong met on 13-14 November 2017 on the occasion of the 4th EU-China High Level People-to-People Dialogue in Shanghai. The dialogue was launched in 2012 to build trust and understanding

between the peoples of the EU and China. This year's exchanges focused on culture, but education, gender equality, youth and, for the first time, sport were also discussed.

The ambition to broaden the scope of EU-China cooperation was confirmed in the "Joint Communication on Elements for a new EU strategy on China", adopted by the Commission and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini on 22 June 2016. The Communication specifically mentions higher education, the creative and cultural industries and tourism as well as civil society development and migration/mobility.

In the field of culture, the two parties decided to intensify cultural cooperation by exploiting city-to-city interactions - particularly between the European Capitals of Culture and Culture Cities of East Asia - but also through the EU pilot project Creative Tracks and the Atelier for young cultural and festival managers. They also agreed to make best use of synergies between the European Year of Cultural Heritage and the China-EU Year of Tourism, which will both be held in 2018.

The two parties took stock of progress achieved under Erasmus+ mobility actions between the EU and China. Since 2015, more than 4,000 students and staff have already benefitted from the programme. Additionally, with over 70 universities participating in the action, China remains the top beneficiary of capacity-building projects, among partner countries, contributing to the modernisation and internationalisation of China's higher education system.

In the fields of research and innovation, following the outcome of the 3rd China-EU High Level Innovation Cooperation Dialogue held on 2 June 2017, both parties agreed to boost researchers' mobility through Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.

 

In the framework of the dialogue on gender equality, both sides discussed how to improve women's economic empowerment and work-life balance. Finally, the role of youth in cultural diplomacy was the focus of the youth seminar; whereas in the field of sport, physical activity, sport education and the mobility of coaches were identified as the main areas for future cooperation.