As seen in the COVID-19 pandemic, globalization is not just about capital, but also about people. We all live in a global village of mutual dependence and shared future. The vision of a global community of shared future sets the goal for the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and generalizes the core values of globalization and global governance. It elevates the relation between China and the world from one of mutual benefit to one of shared future. Originating in traditional Chinese culture, the vision is also connected with traditional cultures of other countries and the modern international system, finding extensive support throughout the world. It is seen as the only future for humanity on this planet by Peter Thomson, President of the 71st Session of the United Nations General Assembly. Consisting of three parts, namely, what is the global community of shared future, why we build it, and how to build it, this book elaborates the meaning and implications of the concept as well as the opportunities and challenges we face.