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Special> New Book Release:Xi Jinping:The Governance of China> Reviews
UPDATED: October 22, 2014

To solve the kind of problems confronting us in this day and age, the wisdom and strength that we ourselves have discovered and developed is not enough – we must also be able to access the sources accumulated over the course of human history. Xi Jinping: The Governance of China is a repository of such wisdom and strength. It is a key that will unlock understanding of China's past history and present reality, and a lamp to shed light on China's future development.

—Shi Mingde
Chinese ambassador to Germany

When France and China established diplomatic ties 50 years ago, General de Gaulle predicted that China would take its place in the world as an important power again. Today, history has validated the vision of the great statesman.

With the rapid rise of China, people around the world are asking: Where is China headed? What does China's rise mean to the rest of the world?

The Governance of China by Xi Jinping is a collection of important speeches and interviews of the Chinese president over the past two years.

It informs both China experts and ordinary readers of Xi's vision for his own country, his governance over the past two years and his strategies for the future of this important country.

—Shi Bahu
French diplomat and publisher

This book demonstrates Xi's strong confidence in socialism with Chinese characteristics, even more impressive than the self-confidence he displays as an individual.

—Sun Yeli
Research fellow with the Party Literature Research Office of the CPC Central Committee

Xi Jinping: The Governance of China is a milestone, both substance and symbol, offering openly the political philosophy of President Xi Jinping and recognizing his emergence as China's leader. While misunderstandings about China and its leadership abound, there is now no need to speculate about President Xi. Here is how he thinks, candidly and comprehensively.

—Robert Lawrence Kuhn
Chairman of the Kuhn Foundation and China expert

The international community has been desiring to learn more about Xi Jinping as well as China's development and its impact on the world's future. The publication of the book Xi Jinping: The Governance of China provides readers with valuable, first-hand data in this respect.

—Zhang Weiwei
Director of the Center for China Development Model Research, Fudan University, and director of the Institute of China Studies, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences

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