Dialectical Materialism Is the Worldview and Methodology of Chinese Communists

Dialectical Materialism Is the Worldview and Methodology of Chinese Communists

by Xi Jinping In light of China’s realities and conditions in the present era, we should focus on the following issues in our study and application of the worldview and methodology of dialectical materialism.
Creating New Prospects for Advancing China’s Major-Country Diplomacy Under the Guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy

Creating New Prospects for Advancing China’s Major-Country Diplomacy Under the Guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy

by Wang Yi Under the correct guidance of Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy, we calmly responded to complex and profound changes in the international situation and appropriately managed consequent new difficulties and challenges, firmly safeguarded national interests, deepened friendly cooperation, and actively assumed the role of a responsible major country.
Starting a New Phase of Economic Reform in China

Starting a New Phase of Economic Reform in China

by CPC Leadership Group of the National Development and Reform Commission Since the 18th National Congress of the CPC in 2012, China has made economic reform the focus of comprehensively deepen-ing reform, and thus reform has made progress on all fronts, achieved numerous breakthroughs, and driven deeper.

Writing a New Chapter in Opening Up

by Zhong Shan he year 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of China’s reform and opening up drive. Our experience over the past 40 years has clearly proved that opening up provides an important impetus for economic and social development.

China’s Ongoing Reform and Opening Up

by Special Research Group for the 40th Anniversary of Reform and Opening Up, Xinhua News Agency A great many people from all over the world are searching for the secret to the China miracle; the answer is hidden deep in the hearts of the Chi-nese people, who have undergone 40 years of hard struggle.

How the People’s Republic Came to Be

by Chen Jin In November 1932, The Eastern Miscellany, located in Shanghai, published a request for readers from across the social spectrum to answer the following two questions: What do you hope China will be like in the future? What dreams do you have for your own life?
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