China’s Experience Inspires Foreign Officials, Scholars
The recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) inspired the world with the Chinese experience, according to foreign civil servants and scholars studying China’s system of governance at the Chinese Academy of Governance in Beijing.
The academy hosted a workshop about the congress on November 7, wherein Yang Keqin, vice president of the academy, summarized China’s achievements over the past five years and outlined the vision for the future devised during the congress. Three academicians spoke on governance of the CPC, a community of shared future for mankind, and the central experiences of China’s economic development.
Five representatives of the 192 civil servants and scholars from 35 countries attending the workshop shared their thoughts on the CPC’s leadership and China’s state governance.
Marin Triana Zamira Maria, Cuban Vice-minister of Labor and Social Security
The Cuban press published extensive reports on the 19th CPC National Congress because it matters to the entire world as well as to China. General Secretary Xi Jinping’s report to the congress serves a guide for socialists around the world. China has set a model for those who see the world becoming better. Cuba needs to learn from the experiences of other countries, especially what has happened and what is going on in China.
Luis Carlos Arce Cordova, Supreme Prosecutor with National Electoral Tribunal of Peru
General Secretary Xi Jinping shared a new vision at the national congress of the CPC. The Party has been advancing and adapting to new challenges during each stage of its development. The CPC’s commitment to “serve the people” echoes natural laws such as the coexistence of fish and water. The people are always the beneficiary of the Party’s development. The Communist Part of China and Chinese people are in great solidarity.
Uliana Stici, Moldovan Political Advisor
China has made great achievements in many fields over the past five years, especially its remarkable economic growth. The country has also removed systemic obstacles and made major breakthroughs in the modernization of its governance system. China’s state governance is becoming more attractive not only to Chinese citizens but also to the people from other countries.
Texious Masoamphambe, Chief Resident Magistrate of Malawi Judiciary
The eye-catching 19th CPC National Congress concluded two weeks ago. Under the leadership of General Secretary Xi Jinping, the Party and the people are sticking together to build a better life. China’s achievements transcend the imagination of many countries, and we have seen great possibilities in China’s experience that can be introduced to Africa and utilized to improve the continent.
Alvarenga Sandoval Dennis M, Professor of National Autonomous University of Honduras
China has transitioned from speed-based growth to sustainable and high-quality development, with a shift of focus from enhancing production abilities to improving quality of life of the people. The CPC maintains broad vision. Not only does it strive to improve the lives of Chinese people but also increase shared benefits for all countries around the world. China is becoming stronger, and Honduras will strive for similar development.