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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

 

  • Chinese outbound investment enters golden era: Think tank report

    A Chinese think tank is suggesting the country’s outbound investment has entered a “golden era” of growth, despite a perceived rise in trade protectionism in various parts of the world. The Beijing-based Center for China and Globalization (CCG), a government-affiliated think tank, has published a new report on Chinese outbound investment.

  • China Update Green Card to attract global talents | World Insight

    The past 30 years witnessed a fast expansion of foreigners coming to live in this country. Yet those who hold the Chinese green cards make up a very small part of the group. Obtaining a Chinese green card for a non-Chinese is more difficult compare to a Chinese national get a green card in many other countries.

  • BRICS ‘new ideas’ expected at summit

    The leaders of five leading emerging nations will descend on Xiamen, the subtropical island off China’s east coast, to discuss the future direction of one of the world’s leading country groupings.

  • China a strong magnet for global talent: Forbes report

    China is becoming attentive to global talent on an unprecedented level due to the nation’s economic size and vibrancy, according to a report by US business magazine Forbes.

  • China increasingly attractive to foreign professionals

    Wang Huiyao, founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG), said China is now involved in “global talent circulation.”