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CGTN | Closer to China with Robert Kuhn

Wednesday,Mar 07, 2018



Every year in Beijing in March, China holds its two sessions - the annual political meetings of National People’s Congress(NPC) , China’s highest legislative body, and Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China’s advisory body.


This year the National People’s Congress (NPC) and China State Agencies will conduct the once in five years election, generating a new slate of state leaders. The third plenary session of  the 19th CPC Center Committee concluded recently, approving new policies to deepen the reform of the Party in state organs. What kind of institutional changes were about to be made? Regarding to the government work report, what a new goal will be set for China’s economic and social development over the next five years. 

Moreover, 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening up policy. Standing at a new historical starting point, what will be China’s new roadmap and timetable for reform over the next several decades?


Closer to China with R.L.Kuhn program invited Wang Huiyao,  President of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), to talk about the above issues.


From CGTN, 2018-3-5

  • China Economy Draws More Students Back From Abroad

    In recent years, Chinese students have increasingly opted out of the education system at home and gone abroad. Now, as China is eager to point out, a greater share of them are also coming back.

  • Is it time for China to Open its doors to Filipino domestic helpers?

    China’s growing demand for skilled domestic helpers offers the prospect of a new line of exchange between China and the Philippines as the two countries try to mend ties by playing down territorial disputes in the South China Sea.

  • Chinese NAVY’s Rise and Soft Power

    As China’s development is more and more dependent on the sea, China is increasingly concerned about the safety of its sea.

  • Trump’s visit to China to yield significant outcomes

    U.S. President Donald Trump’s first state visit to China is an historic opportunity to boost cooperation between the world’s two largest economies, and a chance to tackle the problems that dampen bilateral ties, said experts.

  • China ’s development is a miracle

    “China’s development is a miracle. Every year, China is adding another newly developed middle-sized country’s GDP.” Wang Huiyao, Director of a leading Chinese think tank speaks about China’s development over the past five years and the significance of the upcoming 19th CPC National Congress.