China Keywords/Key Concepts for Understanding China
six guidelines for upholding ethical integrity and ensuring competence of officials
four forms of misconduct within the Party (formalism, bureaucraticism, hedonism, and extravagance)
Reform has entered a more difficult phase.
advance reform in a well-planned and coordinated way
To realize the Chinese Dream, we must keep to the Chinese path, be guided by the Chinese spirit and boost national cohesion.
modernizing the national governance system and capabilities
further judicial reform
core socialist values
China’s path of socialism
China’s socialist system
theories of Chinese socialism
common prosperity/shared prosperity
promote sustainable development and prosperity for all
foster a sound socialist culture for the Chinese people that embraces modernization, and is open to the world and oriented to the future
streamline administration, delegate more power to lower-level governments and give more power to the society
ensure Party leadership, the people’s decision over state affairs and the rule of law
a community with a shared future
uphold friendship and justice and pursue shared interests
the principle of amity, sincerity, mutual benefit and inclusiveness guiding China’s neighborhood diplomacy
People’s lives have significantly improved.
do not forget why we started out and continue to advance
stay true to our mission…
remain faithful to our mission
focus on identifying and resolving problems
maintain the Party’s political commitment to pursuing our ideals
maintain our strategic focus/resolve/confidence
live up to the Party’s standards
uphold the Constitution
China’s five pronged strategy for building socialism with Chinese characteristics, that is, to promote coordinated progress in economic, political, cultural, social and ecological areas
the Four-Prolonged Comprehensive Strategy (to achieve the strategic goals of comprehensively building a moderately prosperous society, deepening reform, governing the country on the basis of the rule of law, and enforcing strict Party discipline)
deeply entrenched interests and their problems
knock down/break down the fence of vested interests
the system of community-level self-governance
strengthen political commitment, develop a better understanding of the general picture, and follow the core Party leadership
go after tigers and swat flies, meaning to root out all corrupt officials, both high and low
appoint people on their merits regardless of their background
be better integrated with the realities of China, keep abreast with the time, and respond to the need of the people
Ideals should be lofty, faith requires commitment.
Without resolve, one can accomplish nothing.
Win popular support, and you will win the country; lose it, and you will lose the country.
Looking at the mirror, we learn about ourselves; reflecting on the past, we learn about the future.
Success can be achieved only by capable people.
the Chinese Dream
the Belt and Road Initiative, also known as the Land & Maritime Silk Road Initiative or the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative, refers to China’s proposal to build a Silk Road Economic Belt and a 21st Century Maritime Silk Road.
the new normal of China’s economy
Five Concepts for Development: development that is innovation-driven, coordinated, green, oriented toward global progress and beneficial to all