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A look inside ‘Xi Jinping: The Governance of China’
    2017-December-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE book “Xi Jinping: The Governance of China,” which outlines the political ideas of China’s top leadership, contains 79 speeches, talks, interviews, notes and letters written by the top Chinese leader between November 2012 and June 2014.

The 79 pieces are arranged in 18 chapters, and notes are added to help readers understand China’s social system, history and culture.

The book also contains 45 pictures of Xi Jinping at work and in daily life, focusing on the period after the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012.

The book demonstrates the Chinese Dream, which, in essence, means making China prosperous and strong, the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and happiness for the Chinese people. It is the dream of the country, of the nation, and of every Chinese person, as it brings together the interests of the nation and of each individual citizen.

To further build a stronger socialism with Chinese characteristics, President Xi presents his overall vision of deeper reform and opening up, in particular how reform will impact China’s economy, politics, culture, society, ecology and national defense. He emphasizes that deeper reform and opening up is the only way to solve developmental problems, and that reform and opening up is always ongoing and will never end. To this end, a broad blueprint of reforms have been developed, which include more than 330 measures in 15 areas related to economics, politics, culture, society, ecological progress and Party building.

Several articles in the book are devoted to his thinking and policy measures for improving work conduct and combating corruption. The new central leadership, committed to a policy of zero-tolerance with regard to corruption, is firm in its determination to catch both “tigers” and “flies,” which refers to both high-ranking officials and petty ones who are guilty of corruption.

Many articles in the book present the president’s ideas on diplomacy and international relations. He has stressed on a number of occasions that we live in a global village, and should be conscious of our common destiny. He thinks that zero-sum thinking is outdated, and that we must blaze a new trail of win-win cooperation. He has also made win-win proposals, such as building a new model for relationships between major countries, the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. Concerning China’s relations with other countries, the president highlights China’s peaceful path of development, that is, through friendship, sincerity, reciprocity and inclusiveness.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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