HUMAN rights, SOCIALISM, VOCATIONAL education, VOCATIONAL training centers, HUMAN rights violations, CHINA, and CHINA -- Politics & government -- 2002-
An essay on human rights in China is presented. Topics include the country's commitment to socialism with Chinese characteristics, a key to the progress in its human rights, its adherence to a people-centered vision of human rights, and the establishment of vocational education and training centers in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, which was slandered as a violation of human rights.
URBANIZATION, SOCIALISM, LABOR supply, HUMAN resources departments, and LANGUAGE & languages
The article informs that the China Academy of Translation has analyzed prevailing terms concerning reform and opening-up policy and translated them into a number of foreign languages. It mentions need for a people-centered approach for for urbanization and common prosperity is the fundamental principle of socialism with Chinese characteristics. It also mentiions about developing a quality workforce that include strategy to invigorate China through human resources development.
The article presents an excerpt from an article published in magazine "China Today" on the shift toward Chinese socialism with the aim of peaceful development and the socialist modernization of the country and improvement in the gross domestic product (GDP) of China.
LANGUAGE & languages, SOCIALISM, ECONOMIC development, SOCIAL development theory, CHINESE characters, and CHINA
The article focuses on the China Academy of Translation has analyzed prevailing terms concerning the reform and opening-up policy and translated them into a number of foreign languages. It mentions the theory of the primary stage of socialism; and also mentions the development of socialism with Chinese characteristics encompassing economic, political, cultural, social and ecological development.
SOCIALISM, SOCIALISM -- Economic aspects, MARXIST philosophy, POLITICAL parties -- History, CHINA, ECONOMIC conditions in China, 2000-, and CHINA -- Politics & government -- 2002-
The article discusses role of socialism in bringing prosperity in China. It states significance of the upcoming 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in fostering China's drive to build a moderately prosperous society by 2020, and mentions that Chinese leaders have made China a major player on the global stage, combining Marxism with China's national conditions. It notes role of President Xi Jinping in China's development .
The article discusses the highlights of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China on October 18, 2017. Topics covered include the opening session featuring CPC Central Committee General Secretary Xi Jinping, China's two Centenary Goals, and the highlights of the report "Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era."
POLITICAL development, SOCIALISM, STATUTES, LEADERSHIP, and CHINA
The article focuses on several key words related to latest developments in China. The key words include political development under socialism with Chinese characteristics, the political rules applicable to Communist Party of China (CPC) members which include the Constitution of the CPC, which is the overriding statute that all members of the Party must observe and multiparty cooperation and political consultation under the leadership of the CPC.
SOCIALISM, POVERTY, COMMON good, and CHINESE military history
An essay on the transformation of Chinese socialism as guided by the Communist Party of China (CPC) is presented. It reviews the history of China from war, imperial aggression to poverty and examines the difference of its upheaval with the focus of leaders on all aspects of a moral ideal standard as compared to the economy-focused success of Germany after the Second World War. The author avers that Western nations should emulate the Chinese concept of being focused on common good above egoism.
SOCIALISM, LAW, STATUTES, and CHINA -- Politics & government -- 2002-
The article reports on improving the socialist system of law in China. The country has enacted 236 laws, over 690 administrative regulations and more than 8,600 local statutes as of the end of 2010. According to Li Lin, director of the Institute of Law of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, the government should ensure the enforcement of the constitution, laws and rule of law across the country.