During this year's national legislative and political advisory sessions, heated discussion has arisen on the draft revisions to China's Constitution. Undoubtedly, the move to amend the Constitution speaks to the legal and political future of China.
As the world’s largest developing country and second largest economy, China is geared for further steady growth and development. This requires a smooth path free of bumps or sharp turns. Amendments to the Constitution help clear possible bumps and build buffer zones for the road ahead.
While the focus of the annual session of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) is largely domestic, it also serves as a means for Beijing to signal its intentions and trajectory to the rest of the world.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi's press conference came at a very important juncture in time as China has entered the new era and this year's political season in China is ushering in change, thus making it important to showcase the country's foreign policy.
Mutual understanding is easily lost in translation, especially between Chinese-language and English. Therefore it's crucial for the corporate and political decision-makers in the West to get a first-hand understanding of China.
China now has the world's largest middle-income group because Chinese's personal income has increased by an annual average of 7.4 percent, outpacing economic growth.
There is a new vibrancy emanating from China today. Economic growth continues unabated at over 6.5 percent and literally hundreds of millions of Chinese are reaping the rewards of high speed rail, foreign travel, electric vehicles and cleaner air.
Americans with little or no knowledge of China's governance might think that the annual report is like our State of the Union address; it's not. In fact, they're as different as apples and oranges.
Discussions about technology in China often focus on the things people might see in their day-to-day lives, but China has been making huge investments into other advanced technologies in a range of areas that Premier Li touched on throughout his speech.
GDP is not a suitable indicator to lead a country. This is a criticism often heard about the Chinese government’s economic planning. The irony is that probably no-one would agree more to that statement than the Chinese government themselves.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has presented the government work report in which he sketched the achievements made over the past five years and emphasized the targets for this year.
The current CPPCC has 2,158 members, including people from entertainment, sports, science, business, non-Communist parties, and representatives of religions and ethnic minority groups.
The Arab world looks positively to the growing role of China in the region. This is logical and natural; the region needs political cooperation and economic partnership.
An article under the byline of Xuan Li stressed that the proposal to write Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era into China's Constitution is a common aspiration of the whole Party and Chinese people.
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