Over the past 100 years, the CPC has been responsible for leading by far the greatest improvement in the conditions of the greatest proportion of humanity in history.
Since the founding of the CPC a century ago, there have been many significant achievements which laid foundations for China's development of a modern industrial society.
With the inauguration of China's new space station, the prospects for human space exploration look bright despite a number of challenges.
Under the leadership of the 100-year-old Communist Party of China (CPC), the world's second largest economy has been contributing to and benefiting from global cooperation.
With the aim of promoting common development and economic integration – especially among global south countries – the BRI is crucial for spearheading post-pandemic recovery around the world.
At such a critical moment, humanity should work together to defeat COVID-19, and strive for a more resilient global health system which can protect the lives of future generations.
The announcement of "CO2 emission peak and carbon neutrality" targets demonstrates China's great responsibility as a major country.
China's success in placing a rover on the surface of Mars offers intriguing possibilities for understanding more about the mysterious red planet as the preliminary step for an eventual possible human landing.
China has shown remarkable resilience in its economic recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and this is good news for the rest of the world.
The tasks of promoting urbanization, improving the spatial pattern for urbanization and strengthening management of urban planning and construction laid out in China's 11th Five-Year Plan have been completed, ushering in a new stage of China's urbanization with new goals and tasks.
China has been creating plans for its economic and social development every five years since 1953. As blueprints for national development, these five-year plans are of crucial importance for the governance of China.
As China moves towards its second centennial goal, it continues to set an ambitious vision to comprehensively push forward rural vitalization and accelerate the modernization of agriculture and rural areas.
China's Two Sessions of this year are particularly important as the country will start its new development blueprint for the next five years and beyond.
Multilateralism, which China consistently safeguards, is the key to solving the global challenges highlighted at the World Economic Forum Virtual Event of the Davos Agenda last week.
Confronted with historic changes of the times, countries need to abandon any ideological prejudice they may harbor, act outside one's own narrow interests, and work closely together. Only in this way can we jointly tide over difficulties.