Thursday, October 5, 2017MONTHLY International Department of the CPC Central CommitteeBEIJING REVIEW  PDF
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Leading by example
Xi Jinping attends a primary-level Party organization meeting ahead of the 19th CPC National Congress More
China's green solution
China's Fujian Province is leading the way in successful ecological development More
Bigger BRICS, larger role
In its second decade, BRICS is ready for a greater share in global governance More
A woman who transformed a village
Yu Liufen, a delegate to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, has led her village out of poverty More
Videos to know more about the CPC National Congress
How does the CPC National Congress operate? More
Getting to know China through keywords
Five concepts for development
At its fifth plenary session held from October 26 to 29, 2015, the 18th CPC Central Committee called for "development that is innovation-driven, coordinated, green, oriented toward global progress, and beneficial to all." Of these five concepts for development, innovation should be given top priority, while interactions between all the individual fields must be properly managed. The basic state policy of resource conservation and environmental protection should be respected, as should the principle that opening to the world must be to the benefit of all parties involved. Development should be in the interests of the people, rely on their support, and be of direct benefit to them. More
The people's desire for a better life is the goal we strive to realize.
The CPC perseveres in governing the country for the people. The people yearn for a better life, and that is the goal for CPC to strive forward. The CPC's governing philosophy is to serve the people and shoulder whatever responsibility it should shoulder. The CPC needs to focus on the most practical problems of the greatest and most direct concern to the people and on the groups that are most in need. More
Major Events in September
September 1: China adopts nuclear safety law
China's top legislature on September 1 passed a nuclear safety law to ensure the safe use of nuclear energy.
September 4: Xi chairs summit to set course for next golden decade of BRICS
Chinese President Xi Jinping on September 4 chaired the ninth BRICS summit, calling on the group of five emerging economies to intensify cooperation and contribute more to a world troubled by protectionism and imbalanced development.
September 6: Xi: China remains persistent in denuclearizing Korean Peninsula
Chinese President Xi Jinping told his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump, in a telephone conversation on September 6 that Beijing remains persistent on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
September 11: BeiDou navigation to cover Belt and Road countries by 2018
China's home-grown BeiDou Navigation Satellite System will cover countries and regions along the Belt and Road by 2018, said an official at the China National Space Administration (CNSA) September 11.
September 18: Xi, Trump talk upcoming China visit, Korean Peninsula over phone
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his U.S. President Donald Trump, discussed Trump's visit to China later this year and the Korean Peninsula situation over phone late on September 18.
September 19: Senior CPC official says stable ties vital to reform of China, Vietnam
Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Liu Yunshan said on September 19 that the stable and healthy development of Sino-Vietnamese relations is conducive to the reform and opening up of the two countries. Liu, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, arrived in Hanoi on September 18 for an official visit to Vietnam at the invitation of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).
September 20: China to further cross-border e-commerce to boost foreign trade
China will set up more cross-border e-commerce pilot zones in favor of trade facilitation to boost China's global competitiveness, according to a decision made at a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on September 20.
September 28: World's first atmosphere observation system arrives in Tibet
APSOS, or Atmosphere Profiling Synthetic Observation System, the world's first ground-based facility for profiling atmospheric variables and multiple constituents in the neutral atmosphere, arrived in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.