Ban Ki-moon UN former Secretary General, terra Shall Be With Your Mission


Hi there….!

It has been long time to meet you here..Anyway,, I am so happy to have you here and able to keep sharing my mission for the beautifull world.

Today..I want to introduce one of the wonderful news of Ban Ki-moon, UN former secretary. He is honorary alumni of mine, Seoul National University. and actually, and he was supporting my music and encouraging my mission, I want to show you proudly about the message…! It was for my Carnegie Hall debut recital when he works at United Nations in New York City, 2015 to support my mission…!

Official Message from UN on behalf of Ban, Kimoon , terra!

Official Message from UN on behalf of Ban, Kimoon
TeRra Han, Carnegie Hall Recital 2015

On the United Nation’s official conferences on last Saturday, January 19th in the Headquarters in New York, There was a very impressive speech of Mr. Ban about the cultural differences of the world. Especially what he said :

Cultural differences, similarities offer opportunities to advance peace, development.

Yes! it is really true, and, me, terra shall totally be with that mission. The world is Beautiful. I will do my best to do more beautiful world with beautiful music, arts, science with people together..!

I love dear all…, now I am sharing whole speech of the UN conference.


Source: Xinhua| 2019-01-13 14:19:00

UNITED NATIONS, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) — Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Saturday that differences and similarities of cultures offer opportunities to advance peace and development.

“As globalization, technology, and migration continue to bring cultures together, we should understand that our differences and our underlying similarities can offer invaluable opportunities to advance peace and development for the betterment of humanity,” said Ban while delivering a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the China Arts Global Tour, sponsored by Jian Nan Chun, a signature maker of baijiu, Chinese liquors made from grain.

“Regardless of our traditions and histories, we are all conjoined by something inherently greater,” said the former UN chief, who is now the chairman of the Boao Forum for Asia, one of the many hats he is wearing.

Speaking to a full house of some 200 guests from different cultural backgrounds at the UN headquarters in New York, Ban said that “while we may hail from different cultures and backgrounds, we share this one planet as a single family of humanity. We are all global citizens with similar hopes and dreams, struggles and hardships.”

Noting that he was born and raised in a culture “heavily influenced by Chinese arts and philosophy,” Ban said he sometimes practices calligraphy, as it centers his mind and provides him with great balance, reflection and clarity.

He said he firmly believes that “culture can serve as one of the most important tools in promoting sustainable development, building inclusive societies, and forging guiding values.”

“Culture crosses borders, builds bridges, and brings the world together through dialogue and mutual understanding,” he said.

“Culture is what makes who we are and what shape our identity,” he added.

Placing culture at the heart of development policies is the only way to ensure a human-centered, inclusive and equitable development, the former UN chief added.

Speaking of the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), one of the UN’s most significant achievements, Ban pointed out that if the SDGs are grouped around the economic, social and environmental objectives as the three pillars of sustainable development, then “culture and creativity contribute to each of these pillars transversally.”

The former secretary-general also called on the international community to protect culture itself.

“Cultural heritage is under threat as a result of conflict, climate change, terrorism, looting and aggressive industrialization,” he said, stressing that “we must increase the urgency of our responses in the protection of intangible cultural heritage.”

“We need to combat terrorism and violent extremism, address their root causes, and build peace in vulnerable areas where extremist groups seek to erase history and identity through the destruction of cultural heritage,” he said.

Highlighting the importance of “scaling-up critical ties between nations and societies,” Ban said that “our interconnectedness and cultural diversity can offer consequential opportunities to build peace in the minds of men and women.”

“Culture is an essential element in promoting tolerance, understanding, and dialogue around the world, both between and within nations,” he concluded.

Violence against women is an abomination

Moreover, he also had launched his campaign for violence against Women. Here are some of videos and what he spoke in 2009-2008. It was so impressive.!

United Nations, 5 March 2009 – In February 2008, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched his campaign, UNite to End Violence against Women, a multi-year effort aimed at preventing and eliminating violence against women and girls in all parts of the world. In recognition of the urgent need to bring women and men together in this endeavour, the theme of this years International Womens Day is Women and Men United to End Violence against Women and Girls. Dating back nearly a century, Womens Day provides an opportunity to pay tribute to the achievements of women and to highlight the needs and concerns of women on the national, regional and global agenda. This year, the Day provides an opportunity to call women and men everywhere to action by shining a spotlight on the issue of violence against women and the goals of the Secretary-Generals campaign. International Women’s Day 2009:… Statement by the Secretary-General:… View the entire Commemoration event (Real Media, 1 hour and 53 minutes):…

Victims of violence against women must be supported, perpetrators punished (UN Secretary-General)

United Nations, New York, 11 March 2010 – Secretary-General’s remarks to the Panel on Violence Against Women. Violence against women devastates individuals and societies alike, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, calling for united action to demand accountability, end impunity and support the victims of this global scourge.

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