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A Continuous Fight for People’s Well-being

The improvement of infrastructure, public services and living conditions in China cannot alone provide solutions and set the way forward. What is required is an ambitious modernization plan that will empower the competitiveness in Chinese regions that lag behind.

A Continuous Fight for People’s Well-being

The improvement of infrastructure, public services and living conditions in China cannot alone provide solutions and set the way forward. What is required is an ambitious modernization plan that will empower the competitiveness in Chinese regions that lag behind.

Finding Answers in China: Chongli–A County Transformed

Editor’s Note: For as long as there have been questions, mankind has been searching for answers. Today, our need for answers is more critical than at any stage in our civilisation, as the world faces a tangle of challenges, including climate change, global pandemics, housing shortages and environmental destruction. We know what the problems are. But who has the answers? Finding Answers in China delves into the ideas, technology and people shaping China’s response to these global issues, and asks what can be learnt from their successes and failures. In this episode, Finding Answers in China goes to Chongli, a county in North China’s Hebei province and checks out its transformation from a poverty-stricken district to an attractive Olympic district to find out just how China is removing more people from its poverty list. Finding Answers in China also speaks to Neil Bush, Founder of the George H. W. Bush Foundation for U.S.-China Relations, Douglas Besharov, Professor at University of Maryland School of Public Policy and David Gordon, Director of the Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research at the University of Bristol, to find out their views on China’s achievements in poverty alleviation.

China’s Long March

In order to move forward, Xi’s thought underscores the mobilization of the Party cadres to a level of alertness and discipline that was last seen during Mao, where deliverables, governance, and decisions are taken with Party ideology and the people’s well-being at their heart.

Proper Approach to Trade Disputes

Countervailing measures are aimed to calibrate the prices of imported goods to a fair level of competition, rather than blocking imports from entering China. U.S. companies should be confident that they will never be prevented from exporting goods to China at reasonable prices based on fair play.

Do we need an international Ceramic day?

In this episode of A Ride to Lianghui, we interviewed Zhang Jingjing, a professor from Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute to talke about her life and career. Jingdezhen used to be an imperial kiln in China and it has a history of more than 1000 years.