In this collection of speeches and writings, China’s President Xi Jinping describes Chinese socialism as highly efficient, but also as a flawed work in progress – something for Chinese leaders to continue to study and tweak as they learn from experience. To Western readers, Xi’s style of writing may seem formal and diplomatically vague, but this is a work of translation carried out for a head of state, so such positioning may be indigenous to its nature. Many of his speeches and interviews address pressing topics – such as the “inefficient management” of the Internet – in broad terms, leaving the reader to draw his or her own conclusions from the language of statecraft. Patient readers will discover gems of insight. While always politically neutral, getAbstract recommends this collection to executives, policy makers, NGO leaders, students, professors and investors seeking insight into one of Earth’s most powerful men.
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Xi Jinping is the president of the People’s Republic of China and general secretary of the Communist Party of China.
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7 months agoOne should judge Xi Jinping by his actions, and not by what he, or his ghost writer(s), wrote he would do. To paraphrase a Chinese saying, his intentions lay open on the street for all passers-by to see.
3 years agoAmazing China!
3 years agoExcellent.
3 years agogood information It gives a wide information about china
3 years agoGreat book I must read it carefully
4 years agoInteresting information. China a new model of global trade
4 years agoInteresting and rare reading for me about China
4 years agoBundespräsidentin Leuthard sollte gerne diese Zusammenfassung lesen bevor Präsident Xis historischem Staatsbesuch in der Schweiz