This is my sentence:
East and west meet each other at some points and even give hugs to each other.
I am not sure if this is a correct usage of meet and point to convey the meaning, which is:
East and west act/react the same about some special matters sometimes.
I searched for the exact sentence and didn't find it, then I tried to look in dictionaries for the word point:
3 [countable] a particular moment in time at this/that point:
At that point we all got up and walked out of the room. at this/that point in time:
At this point in time we can't afford to hire any more people.
4 [countable] a particular place
We'll meet at a point halfway between here and your hotel.
A point where three different countries meet