Thursday, April 19, 2012

A short article which says a lot about how the Chinese government sees and understands China...

"There is a deeply rooted misunderstanding among Western public opinion that within the CPC, two factions, the so-called reformists and conservatives, are locked in conflict. They don't believe that both the CPC and mainstream Chinese society support reforms and advocate balance between reforms, development and stability.

The Western political system encourages diversity. It creates conflicting political forces through such diversity and then seeks to balance them. With their own political and cultural perspectives, Westerners are easily misled into believing that the so-called struggle between different political lines is ubiquitous."

Read the rest of the article:


At 2:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

胡锡进 Hu Xijin
Editor-in-chief of Chinese and English editions of the Global Times.
from his twitter page:

'India is still poor and lags behind in infrastructure, but its society is highly supportive of developing nuclear power'

'The CPC's decision against Bo Xilai highlights that nobody is above the law and discipline in China.'

'A new discourse system, with an anti-traditional bent, has emerged online, filling a gap left by traditional media.'

'Progress making dissidents more obsolete'

'People of the mainland share the same feeling as Hong Kong people about keeping the diversity of the Oriental Pearl.'

'Both China and the West are trying to convince the other concerning Tibet. But these are futile efforts.'

just some suggestions


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