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Media must better project China's image abroad

By Tian Zhihui | China Daily | Updated: 2018-07-13 08:04

China is playing a pivotal role in reforming the world order. It is already the world's largest trader of goods and the second-largest economy and, if its growth momentum continues, it will overtake the United States in the foreseeable future to become the largest economy.

For the wider world, China has been providing public goods, including through channels such as the Belt and Road Initiative and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. And its vision of building a community with a shared future for mankind has won recognition across the world. There is little doubt, as such, that China is taking initiatives to influence the rules of the game that were mostly set by the West.

Within China, socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, and the Communist Party of China with over 89 million members has made unswerving efforts to maintain its purity and grow stronger. Under the leadership of the Party with Xi Jinping as its core, nearly 90 million people have been lifted out of poverty since 2012. And given that the strictest environmental protection system has been put in place, there is a social consensus that the environment should be cherished and protected. Besides, innovation, technology and consumption have replaced investment and trade to become the main drivers for economic growth.

Media must better project China's image abroad

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