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In China, the Chinese Dream stirs hopes and sets expectations; internationally, it provokes questions and elicits concerns. Here I look outside China - exploring attitudes, suggesting responses and warning of the dangers of self-fulfilling prophecies.
The recent plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) promised reforms necessary to pave the way for the realization of Chinese dream.
Early in November 2012, Chinese leader Xi Jinping articulated a vision for the nation's future that he called the Chinese Dream. The Chinese Dream integrates national and personal aspirations, with the twin goals of reclaiming national pride and achieving personal well-being. It requires sustained economic growth, expanded equality and an infusion of cultural values to balance materialism.
This term refers to an overall national rejuvenation and reflects the wishes of all Chinese for a better future.
The Chinese Dream is President Xi Jinping's integrative and transformative vision for China, an overarching unifying principle for the Chinese people.
President Xi Jinping's visit to the UNESCO headquarters will be historic and an exceptional opportunity for him to share his vision on China's soft power and human development.
The realization of the Chinese Dream presents a vision for national revival and contributes to a new global landscape, said foreign experts at a dialogue Saturday in Shanghai.
The realization of the Chinese Dream for the country's population of 1.3 billion will be a great event in human history, said a senior official at a dialogue Saturday in Shanghai.
Chinese seamen stand in formation forming six Chinese characters reading "Chinese dream, military dream" on the board of the Liaoning aircraft carrier in this undated photo.
Although social circumstances have changed markedly since China implemented its reform and opening-up policy more than three decades ago, the Communist Party of China's stance on its members' belief in Communism has not changed since the Party was founded in 1921.
At the beginning of the new academic year, the percentage of rural students in Peking University's undergraduate courses was 14 percent. It's true that the ratio of rural students in institutions of Peking University has increased by 2-3 percent over the past two years. But it's also true that the overall percentage is still low.
The centerpiece of the Chinese Dream is the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, and a nation cannot be rejuvenated without a strong military.
The Third Plenary Session of the 18th Communist Party of China's Central Committee will be held in November.
Although they have various disabilities, they have made friends, mastered job skills and created value for society. They face different challenges in finding jobs, but they can support themselves financially and emotionally after consistently hard work.