100 ANNIVERSARY OF CPC
In China, strong leadership combined with an efficient Party apparatus and a public willing to put the needs of the community first resulted in the pandemic being brought under control within just a few months.
The best thing China can do is to continue its policy of opening up, and continue to increase trade with all countries, including the allies of the U.S., like the EU, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, the Philippines, and so on.
It places the common good above personal interests, and the long-term interests of the nation above the short-term interests of the individual.
The CPC’s unwavering commitment to “serving the people wholeheartedly” while fostering a spectacular and colorful panorama for the people has been inspiring.
CPC has remained true to its original aspirations of seeking a better life and happiness for the people and the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.
The CPC produced the greatest improvement in the conditions of the largest proportion of humanity in history. That is not rhetoric, it is just the record of the past 100 years.
This has improved the quality of life of the Chinese people and teaches other countries, especially in the developing world, that poverty is remediable.
Its success has boosted the confidence of other developing countries in their ability to achieve prosperity and provided them with the experience and overall framework to speed up development in line with their own national conditions and maintain independence.
It is an important actor–and has been for many decades. It merits deeper study and understanding by the outside world.
Had it not been for the establishment of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in July 1921, the course of Chinese history would have been quite different.