Xi Jinping: The Governance of China

Xi Jinping: The Governance of China was recently launched by the Foreign Language Press.

The book, which was compiled jointly by the State Council Information Office, the Party Literature Research Office of CPC Central Committee and China International Publishing Group, is available in multiple languages, including Chinese, English, French, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, German and Japanese.

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, headed by Xi Jinping, is leading the Chinese nation to march forward on the path of reform and opening-up and modernization.

In the practice of governing the country, Xi Jinping has put forward a series of major theories, and offered many new thoughts, ideas and judgments, which are his answers to major theoretical and practical issues on the development of the Party and country in the contemporary era. These theories have showcased the CPC central leadership’s ideas and strategies in governing the country.

Xi Jinping: The Governance of China has 18 categories, containing 79 speeches, informal talks, addresses, answers to questions from the press, approvals and congratulatory letters from Xi Jinping between November 15, 2012 and June 13, 2014.

The book offers notes to help international readers understand China’s social institutions, history and culture. There are also 45 photos of Xi taken in different eras, to give readers a better sense of his work and life.

The launch of Xi Jinping: The Governance of China will help readers worldwide to understand the ideas and strategies of the CPC Central Committee under the leadership of Xi Jinping in governing China, as well as China’s ideas, pattern of development, policies and diplomacy. It also offers a response to the concerns of the international community.

(China.org.cn September 28, 2014)

The rise of China’s Xi Jinping

Xi Jinping’s father was a revolutionary hero and he grew up as a Party Princeling, one of the privileged children of the founders of the Communist state.

But during the Cultural Revolution the young Xi went into exile.

His rehabilitation and rise through the ranks began in the coastal provinces that became the engines of China’s economic transformation.

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