My Understanding of China
Developed and developing nations should realize and recognize the achievements and progress made by China in eliminating extreme poverty and enabling its citizens to enjoy a better life.
Xi’s 2021 Boao speech is a manifestation of the resolve of the world’s second-largest economy that its door of opening up will not be deflected from the path of openness and globalization.
In a positive manner, China is promoting to build a shared and prosperous future for all while adhering to the territorial integrity, independence and sovereignty of the country.
While being a logical continuation of the previous FYP, China through its 14th FYP has refocused on some of the most pressing needs of the people and nations that would like to work hand in hand with China to build a prosperous world with a shared economy.
China’s progress has bought us some time to align our fates with global responsibility. Such prospects should rekindle trust, if we work together seriously.
The 2021 Government Work Report presents a brighter picture not only for China but also the global economy, despite some challenges.
Without disregarding the existence of universal values, China underlines the relevance of cultural differences in each country and differences in domestic governance models.
To wind up, this book depicts limited duration between 2017 and 2019. But it reflects crucial events for the major turning point to build a developed global power in 2050, which is the national goal of China.
China envisions a world order based on the concept of A Community with Shared Future, a world order that is fair, equitable and just, built upon the spirit of openness, inclusiveness, mutual respect and love for mother earth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the instability and inequity of the current system. The world is standing at the threshold of great change — everything must be completely reimagined.