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Understanding President Xi and Feeling China’s Pulse
Introducing Xi Jinping: The Governance of China
Text by Zhang Weiwei


The recently released Xi Jinping: The Governance of China provides a first-hand intimate look at Chinese President Xi Jinping and foretells China’s developmental trends as well as its impact on the world’s future.

“Like Author, Like Book”

This book embodies the thoughts, style, and personality of its author, Chinese President Xi Jinping, who has been described as open-minded, strong-willed, constantly hungry for learning and self-improvement, and having unique understandings of politics, economics, society, culture, military affairs, diplomacy, and daily life.

Xi Jinping is extremely experienced in governing. Beginning his political career as a village official, the true grassroots of China, he climbed the ladder to the country’s supreme leading body step-by-step through experiencing the administration of a wide range of affairs in politics, economics, society, and military affairs. Prior to his presidency, he served as head of two provinces - Fujian and Zhejiang, as well as Shanghai, always with prominent performances (the population of one Chinese province is often equivalent to three or four European countries). His work background is like a microcosm of China’s political system, particularly the practice of “employing or appointing people according to merit.”

The Governance of China showcases Xi’s strong philosophy and critical thinking skills enabled by his sound decision-making - thorough, long-range, and dialectical. As well as China’s strengths, he also recognizes the challenges it faces. He frequently draws on the wisdom of the masses and proposes pragmatic ideas, striving to transform challenges into opportunities that could accelerate national progress. He firmly believes that socialism with Chinese characteristics is the only way to make China prosperous and strong.




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