A Rare Opportunity to Understand Contemporary China

By Cai Mingzhao
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- Introducing Xi Jinping: The Governance of China

Cai Mingzhao

Minister of the State Council Information Office

In less than two years since Xi Jinping became China's top leader, he has taken the nation onto a new journey of reform, opening up and modernization.

A book of Chinese President Xi Jinping on governance made its debut at the Frankfurt book fair on Oct. 8, 2014. [Photo/Xinhua] 


Now for the first time, a book entitled Xi Jinping: The Governance of China, collecting some eighty of his speeches, is soon to be released in multi-language editions including English. The book presents comprehensive and systematic answers to major problems that China has encountered and serves as a unique opportunity for the international community to understand the country.

In fact, the book deals not only with Chinese matters, but with the world at large. Readers will get a clear picture of the concepts and strategies of China's new leadership, feel the drastic changes in China, and come to see its people's dreams and pursuits. More importantly, people outside China will be able to understand where China has come from, in which direction the country is going and what it means for themselves.

Soon after taking office, Xi declared that the path of socialism with Chinese characters China has embarked on "is the only way to foster our country's development and stability and create a better life for our people." He admits that "It will not be an easy path."

Today China's economy ranks second in the world. Meanwhile, the country remains the largest developing country with its per capita GDP at about 80th in the world, evidencing that its development is not well balanced, coordinated or sustainable.

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