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A New Chapter for New Era

Thursday,Oct 26, 2017

From: CGTN

 

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The curtains may have fallen at the National Congress of the Communist Party of China. China is rising like never before. Today we look at Xi Jinping’s thoughts on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era. How can the new leadership bring tangible benefits to the masses?

The Piont studio invited Dr. Wang Huiyao, President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), and Martin Jacques, author of When China Rules the World to share their opinions about New contradiction, People-centered philosophy, Globalization and others hot topics.

 

From CGTN, Oct. ,  2017

 

  • 【China Daily】MEGACITIES ENTICE TALENT, BUT WILL IT BE ENOUGH?

    Wang Huiyao, founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization(CCG), an independent Chinese think tank, said the two cities drafted the policies to address the fact more top-level workers are heading to second-tier cities, which have also introduced preferential policies like removing hukou application thresholds or providing accommodation subsidies.

  • Sino-US trade ties ’benefit both’

    He Weiwen, Senior fellow at Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and a former diplomat, says the recent meeting between President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump pointed to a return to normalcy.

  • 【China Daily】Wang Huiyao: Trade deal offers new vistas for Sino-US ties

    The agreement between China and the US to end a trade confrontation sent ripples of relief across the world and is a valuable opportunity for ties to take a new direction.

  • 【CGTN】Expert: BRI needs global governance mechanism

    At the opening ceremony of the Boao Forum for Asia annual conference, Chinese President Xi Jinping in his keynote speech vowed to “make the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) the broadest platform for international cooperation.”

  • China among the team of net capital exporters in global market

    In 2015, for the first time, the amount of Chinese foreign direct investment, $145 billion, surpassed the amount of investment China received from abroad, and ranked in second place after the United States.