Over four decades, China has repeatedly proved the predictions of naysayers to be wrong and weathered one international crisis after another!
The most obvious risks are serious cracks in the international trading and financial system. These fissures are already having negative impacts in virtually every country, leading to higher costs for consumers and producers..
Since the beginning of the 1980s, two different economic systems coexisted in China, which has led to regional imbalances and ideological disputes within the CPC.
The remarkable economic achievement did not happen following the Western world’s favored developmental tools, but rather through China’s unique path.
Shenzhen is a young city of migrants from all over the world. We interviewed an American entrepreneur in Shenzhen to know whether there are still […]
Deng Xiaoping’s “Southern Tour Speech” is well known to both domestic and foreign audiences. In fact, Deng Xiaoping also published views known as his “Northern […]
Tianjin is a city that encompasses modern China like no other. People say that if you want to understand the history of China, for 5,000 […]
Since reform and opening-up began 40 years ago, and as a pioneer of reform and opening-up, Hangzhou has not only made remarkable progress in economic development, but also explored many areas of social governance.
More than three decades later, Xiamen has become widely known for its high-quality innovation and entrepreneurship, with burgeoning new economic forms and new industries, robust trade and investment, easy access to the world via air, land and sea links and its perfect harmony between man and nature.
For Guiyang, a city in China’s great southwest, being “green” has long been an important belief of the city’s residents.
Kunming has always been the central hub of trade and economic exchanges between the East Asian Continent and the Indo-China Peninsula.
Sichuan, located deep in China’s southwestern inland, is well known around the world as a land of abundance and a nice food.