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Post time 2012-12-18 14:17:16 |Display all floors
" No stop in reform, and no stop in opening up" which is a strong declaration made by the General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee Xi Jinping in his inspection in Shenzhen, showing the new central collective leadership's determination and confidence in promoting the Reform and Opening up.

Currently, China's Reform and Opening up has entered the crucial period; some problems are difficult to be solved because they are either the old institutional issues caused by old ideas or new ones caused by changes of pattern of interests in the development process.

Only by adhering to the spiritual pursuit and responsibilities of communists, gathering the positive energy in coordination and promotion of reform and unswervingly pushing forward the Reform and Opening up can the undertakings of the Party and the people continue to display new vitality and win new victories.

The confidence in "No stop in reform, and no stop in opening up" comes from confidence in the socialist road, theories and system with Chinese characteristics, the right direction of the Reform and Opening up, the political courage and wisdom of the Communist Party of China and the lofty ideals and beliefs of the communists.

The words and deeds of the new central collective leadership in the past month showed their unremitting efforts in insisting in the Reform and Opening up. China will further deepen the Reform and Opening up and unite all the positive energy under the leadership of Xi.


Source: People's Daily Online

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Post time 2012-12-19 10:21:20 |Display all floors
This post is Kicking with the wind. {:soso_e120:}

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Post time 2012-12-20 04:49:19 |Display all floors
L31_G0NG_L41 Post time: 2012-12-18 16:36
it's definitely a step in the right direction..

I hope in the future China works proactively, and n ...

Still trying to convince China it would be better off as a subject of western powers are you..
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2012-12-20 04:53:18 |Display all floors
Much of the opening up process has been the rest of the world opening up to the phenomenal
advancement of China over the 63 years since it won its freedom from western subjugation.
China is showing that socialism is the path to a brighter future for ALL people of the world.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2012-12-20 20:37:19 |Display all floors
Chinese nationalism on rise, blog posts show

BEIJING--Internet chatter in China in 2012 was heavily dominated by the territorial dispute over the Senkaku Islands and related anti-Japanese protests, a study of a popular online forum has shown.

The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a government-affiliated think tank, assessed Internet public opinion by analyzing the Weibo microblogging site. The survey comprised posts submitted up until early November.

It said 177.4 million posts referred to the Diaoyu Islands, China's name for the Senkakus, and to the anti-Japan protests that broke out in Chinese cities in response to the dispute.

The London Olympics came in second place, with 75.8 million posts, while third was the docking of a manned space ship and an unmanned space lab, with 39.2 million mentions.

The topic in fourth place was the territorial dispute in the South China Sea between China and the Philippines. The Philippines refers to the islands as the Scarborough Shoal, while China calls them Huangyan Dao.

This secured 18.8 million posts, a number which further illustrates the rise in patriotic sentiment in China this year. The difference is stark, the report said, when compared with the results with a similar survey in 2008.

Four years ago, the overall mood was peaceful, despite some protests that year in the form of a boycott of the French retailer Carrefour after criticism in France of how China conducted the Olympic torch relay ahead of the Beijing Olympics.

However, this year the report identified explosive anger.

"The violence comes against a backdrop of frustration among citizens to economic disparity in society," it said, citing attacks on Japanese-made cars and stores in Chinese cities.
It is indeed very practical that the party is  judge, legislator, head of the army, executor  and  publisher  all in one in China.

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Post time 2012-12-20 20:39:08 |Display all floors
This post was edited by 29042012 at 2012-12-20 20:42
robert237 Post time: 2012-12-20 04:53
Much of the opening up process has been the rest of the world opening up to the phenomenal
advanceme ...

"socialism"

Could you please give us here how you specify "socialism".

What we see in China is not "socialism".
Cuba, North Korea, Venecuela, Laos, Vietnam ...

They all say, that they have "socialism".
It is indeed very practical that the party is  judge, legislator, head of the army, executor  and  publisher  all in one in China.

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Post time 2012-12-21 09:56:23 |Display all floors
29042012 Post time: 2012-12-20 04:39
"socialism"

Could you please give us here how you specify "socialism".

My job here is not to educate idiots like you.
You have proven your intractable ignorance and slavish devotion to your western masters.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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