Chinese people are working together to build the Chinese path to modernization in
the new era. In their book China in Xi Jinping Era, some Chinese scholars convey the
lessons learned from China’s peaceful development to the world. To build a human
community with a shared future, Chinese scholars must continue introducing China
to the world by shaping a reliable, admirable, and respectable image of China. Thus,
the world can better understand China.
Keywords: Chinese path to modernization; Xi Jinping Era
The North American Business Press in the United States recently published the book China in
Xi Jinping Era. Given the current international political landscape, this book illustrates how to
introduce contemporary China to the international community. Countries have been
prioritizing their modernization for the past 300 years. According to the Report of the 20th
National Congress of the Communist Party of China, “From this day forward, the central task of
the Communist Party of China will be to lead the Chinese people of all ethnic groups in a
concerted effort to realize the Second Centenary Goal of building China into a great modern
socialist country in all respects. It will also advance the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation on
all fronts through a Chinese path to modernization.”
However, China has not been on a smooth road to economic prosperity. Western developed
countries, led by the United States, have engaged in campaigns to demonize and discredit China
to maintain their hegemony, causing considerable damage to China’s international image. For
this reason, Chinese scholars should introduce and explain how China is modernizing and
developing itself. We should help the world to renew its knowledge and understanding of China
and enhance the win-win cooperation between the world and China.
In retrospect, classic Marxist writers investigated the modernization of some countries that
first developed large machine industries. Friedrich Engels pointed out in 1851 that Germany
failed in its industrial modernization due to the neglect of its technological leadership and the
failure to concentrate capital. Germany’s modern industry, which had emerged under
Napoleon’s continental system which had been established elsewhere in the country came to
naught. The old German industry was destroyed by the application of steam and the rapid
expansion of British industrial superiority (Engels, 1995). Undoubtedly, it is crucial to follow the laws of the market to modernize society. More importantly, modernization is a
groundbreaking change of the times.
Professor Jeremy D. Popkin, head of the William T. Bryan Department of History, University of
Kentucky, USA, has intensively examined European history. He argued that the French
Revolution “initiated the modernization of the world.” A variety of exciting dramas of revolution
and counterrevolution were performed in the history of France. “White men and women, and
people of color struggled with complex goals and emotions to create a new world (Popkin,
2021).” History has proven that those modern industrial powers have created human
civilization beyond the previous millennia.
The Chinese economy has been in a traditional agricultural state for more than 2,000 years
during the feudal period. While Germany had already established a modern industry, China’s
social development lagged far behind that of Germany and the United Kingdom. Britain and
France launched the brutal invasion of the Second Opium War from 1856 to 1860. As a result,
China suffered from impoverishment and long-standing debility. On September 10, 1858, Karl
Marx wrote an article profoundly revealing that China suffered from the war and humiliation
of opium importation from Britain.
At that time, China developed a social and economic system centered on a small peasant
economy and cottage industry. As a result of this recent piratical war and the new humiliation
of the ruling dynasty, China’s finances and monetary circulation were severely damaged by the
importation of opium, which amounted to approximately seven million pounds. Nevertheless,
John Bull, who was used to boasting of his moral superiority, frequently preferred to extort
military reparations from China with piratical excuses. As laggards are beaten, the only way out
is to revolutionize China’s traditional social structure based on a small peasant economy and
cottage industry and to build a modern state in the land of China.
Since its founding in 1921, the Communist Party of China has led the people to liberation, a new
nation, and prosperity. Mao Zedong, the first president of the People’s Republic of China,
proudly declared that the Chinese nation was determined to restore the past with self-reliance
and capable of standing on its own in the world. China embarked on vigorous socialist
modernization after 1949, achieving remarkable results. In the late 1970s, reform policies,
opening up, and modernization were developing in full swing. In 1949, China produced only
158,000 tons of steel, accounting for only 0.1% of the world’s steel production. Deng Xiaoping
was the first to outline China’s modernization strategy.
When meeting with then-Japanese Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira on December 6, 1979, Deng
Xiaoping proposed, “we want to achieve the four modernizations with Chinese attributes. Our
concept of the four modernizations is not what you call the home of the well-off.” After more
than 40 years of efforts by the Chinese people, China’s modern industrial system is now
standing firmly in the east of the world. According to the World Bank, China’s manufacturing
value added surpassed that of the United States to become the largest manufacturing country
in 2010. In 2018, China’s steel production exceeded 900 million tons, an increase of 5,799 times.
In 2021, China’s steel production was 1.033 billion tons (National Bureau of Statistics, 2022),
making another leap to a long-term half of the world’s steel production. The United Nations Statistical Office for Economic and Social Affairs has developed an International Standard
Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities.
Boasting 41 industrial divisions, 207 groups, and 666 classes of products and services by 2019,
China is the only country in the world that ticks all the industrial category boxes under the
United Nations’ industrial classification standard. China is the world’s largest producer of more
than 220 of the world’s 500 major industrial products. China’s aggregate economic output
surpassed Japan’s in 2010, and it has been the world’s second-largest economy for several
years. China has contributed an annual average of 18% to world economic growth (The State
Council Information Office, 2019). According to the National Bureau of Statistics data, the
annual GDP in 2021 is 114,367 billion yuan, an increase of 8.1% over the previous year. China
contributes about 25% to the world’s economic growth (The State Council Information Office,
2022). On the way to modernization, socialist modernization with Chinese attributes is
increasingly sophisticated.
According to the World Bank, in 2021, the United States ranked first in GDP at $22.996 trillion,
approximately 23.93% of the global economy. China’s GDP is about $17.734 trillion, the second
largest in the world, representing about 18.45% of the global economy and about 77.09% of
the US economy (World Bank, 2022). China’s remarkable economic performance can be
attributed to the concerted efforts of all countries worldwide, including the United States. In
the international economic arena, all countries and regions are competing and contributing to
human civilization in harmony. The Chinese people and all peoples of the world share a
common will for good neighborliness, peace, and development.


China has moved into a new era of building China a modern socialist country with Chinese
Attributes. China has drawn from industrialized countries’ positive and negative experiences
and lessons. Guided by the theories of classic Marxist writers and based on China’s national
conditions, China has ushered in a new horizon for human civilization from the practices and
theories of the Chinese path to modernization. Thus, the Report to the 20th National Congress
of the Communist Party of China proposes that “we will better tell China’s stories, make China’s
voice heard, and present a credible, appealing, and respectable China.”
The North American Business Press has published a book, China in Xi Jinping Era, which
addresses the theories and practices of China’s new era of modernization. With nine chapters
and 283 pages, the book is written by Professor Shu Xiaohui from Huaihua University, Professor
Wang Tianjin from the Minzu University of China, and other experts and scholars. It elaborates
on the unique Chinese path to modernization from multiple perspectives. Since its publication,
the book has received much attention from readers in Europe and the United States. Dr. Alf H.
Walle, a retired professor from Alaska State University, said that as an American reader, he had
gained a better understanding of contemporary China after reading the book. In his book
review, he wrote, “Xi Jinping is a talented trailblazer on the world stage. As a result, the more
we know about him, the better (Walle, 2022).”
The book’s first three chapters systematically illustrate the historical background, main
theories, and salient features of Xi Jinping’s new era. Chapter 1 deals with the period from Mao
Zedong to Xi Jinping as perceived from a Chinese perspective. In Chapter 2, the quest is toward

merging “socialism with Chinese attributes.” Chapter 3 moves from history and current events
to deal with how Xi Jinping’s thinking evolve and transform socialistic economic theory and
practice. The fourth to ninth chapters illustrate the new dynamics of reform in economic,
administrative, environmental, and institutional areas. The book features detailed data, many
cases, and extensive content.
The facts presented in this book indicate that the ideas of the founding leader Mao Zedong and
the current President, Xi Jinping, are closely linked in the strategic layout of building a modern
China. From late 1959 to the early 1960s, Mao summarized the lessons from the economic
development of the former Soviet Union and China. He further enriched this idea and proposed
the complete four modernization development strategies. In building socialism, the original
requirements were industrial, agricultural, and scientific and cultural modernization. For the
first time, he completely presented the idea of modernization related to the four fields. Still,
now it is necessary to add the modernization of national defense (Party Documents Research
Office of the CPC Central Committee, 2003).
President Xi Jinping summarized the thorough exploration of the four modernizations and the
valuable experience of reform and opening up. Xi delivered a report to the 19th National
Congress of the Communist Party of China. He noted, “Now it is at a critical moment as socialism
with Chinese attributes has entered a new era.” All Party members and all the Chinese people
are united in their efforts to embark on a journey to fully build a modern socialist China and
make greater contributions to humankind (Xi, 2017).
Professor Dipak Raj Pant of Università Cattaneo, Italy highlights the first three chapters in his
book review. It particularly appreciates the first chapter as a brief review of modern Chinese
politics. He wrote, “The authors offered Mao Zedong’s vision of establishing the People’s
The Republic of China is an independent, developing socialist country, and Zhou Enlai’s theory of
the “four modernizations,” namely, the modernization of agriculture, industry, national
defense, and science and technology. It appraised Deng Xiaoping’s reform policy, opening up,
and rapid development. The authors also discussed Jiang Zemin’s “Three Represents,” i.e., the
primary role of the CPC in advancing the economic, cultural, and fundamental interests of the
people (Pant, 2022).”
In the new era of Xi Jinping, the Chinese path to modernization has taken on some new features.
This book presents a few important aspects, mainly ecological and environmental protection
and development, construction of modern urban agglomerations, economic revitalization of
mountainous and rural areas, and Internet and WeChat users and their behavioral
characteristics. The eighth chapter is about China’s consumption patterns, consumer behavior, and lifestyle related to tourism, specifically rural tourism. This chapter elaborates on protecting
and building natural forests, rivers, and traditional village dwellings in mountainous and
grassland villages. The beautiful lush mountains and lucid waters can attract many tourists
from cities and towns to visit and consume in villages.
According to a study report published in January 2022 by Fast data, China’s tourism sector,
directly and indirectly, created 79.87 million jobs, with rural tourism resources accounting for
70% of the total. In the first ten months of 2021, China’s rural tourism received 1.85 billion
visitors, with a year-on-year increase of 43.4% in tourist arrivals (Fast data, 2022). Many farmers used to live in poverty because of the remote location of the mountains and grasslands
they inhabited. Still, rural landscape tourism has enabled them to lift themselves out of poverty
and gradually prosper. It also vividly illustrates the important assertion of President Xi Jinping
that “natural landscapes are invaluable assets.”
The picturesque rural scenery is the only way to attract many tourists, a consensus among
international scholars and researchers. Khalilah Zakariya (Associate Professor, Department of
Landscape Architecture at International Islamic University Malaysia) among others argues that
the landscape character of rural areas is a unique pattern formed by the natural, architectural
and cultural elements in a specific environment. These values are essential for attracting
visitors to the countryside. On the one hand, we must carefully and appropriately transform
important components of the attractive rural landscape routes from agricultural to commercial
spaces. On the other hand, we should quickly establish a research institute dedicated to
studying rural landscapes; design a conceptual framework for assessing the characteristics and
implement planning strategies for rural tourism development (Zakariya, Ibrahim, and Wahab,
Professor Russell Belk of York University (Canada) renewed his ideas about China by reading
this book. In his book review, he said he realized that Xi Jinping and Mao Zedong are China’s
two great modern leaders.” He also learned much about China’s modernization strategy over
the last 40 years. “But by continuing Deng Xiaoping’s opening of China to the world and
adopting ‘socialism with Chinese attributes,’ Xi is lifting a quarter of the world’s population out
of poverty (Belk, 2022). In short, this book offers interesting and vivid images of great interest
to our friends worldwide.


Everything is complicated in human life. In recent years, some incidents have emerged that are
not in line with the spirit of development and progress in the 21st century. Some politicians
have been making unfounded accusations about China’s peaceful rise in the United States, the
world’s largest economy. Many Chinese companies and entities, such as universities, especially
the information industry, have been stigmatized by a series of fabricated charges. Later, they
were exposed to malicious economic sanctions that seriously violated basic international
Peter F. Drucker (1909-2005), known as the “father of modern management,” articulated a
theory. Humanity is experiencing an information revolution in the 21st century. Information
mastery and application determine productivity and management effectiveness (Drucker,
2001). Following the resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, the
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) hosted the World Summit on Information
Society (WSIS) in Tunis in 2005. The Summit adopted the Tunis Agenda for the Information
Society, is a programmatic document to guide the development of the world’s information and
communication technology (ICT). It specifies that the financing of ICT for development needs
to be placed in the context of the growing importance of the role of ICTs. It is not only a
communication medium but also a development enabler and tool for achieving internationally
agreed development goals and objectives. It includes the Millennium Development Goals
(World Summit On Information Society, 2005).

China’s ICT has developed well. With the approval of the State Council, the first national
working conference on informatization was held in Shenzhen from April 18-21, 1997.
Subsequently, several departments coordinated their planning, unified their standards, and
jointly built information technology. In the spring of 2006, China implemented the National
Informatization Development Strategy (2006-2020). This strategy emphasizes that
informatization involves the historical process of using information technology, developing and
utilizing information resources, and facilitating information exchange and knowledge sharing.
It aims to improve the quality of economic growth and advance economic and social
development and transformation (The General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the
General Office of the State Council, 2006).
By the end of 2020, China’s software business revenue grew from 4.9 trillion yuan in 2016 to
8.16 trillion yuan in 2020. The volume of the big data industry increased from 0.34 trillion yuan
in 2016 to over 1 trillion yuan in 2020. E-commerce transactions grew from 21.8 trillion yuan
in 2015 to 37.2 trillion yuan in 2020. China’s digital economy ranked second in the world, and
China has become an important source of innovation in the global digital economy. China has
been actively formulating international digital rules through multilateral mechanisms such as
the United Nations, G20, and WTO. China has initiated the G20 Digital Economy Development
and Cooperation Initiative, the Initiative on Jointly Building a Community with a Shared Future
in Cyberspace, and the Global Initiative on Data Security. Based on this, China contributes
Chinese solutions to developing the global digital economy and cyberspace governance.
Later, China signed memorandums of understanding with 16 countries for cooperation on
the Digital Silk Road and established bilateral cooperation mechanisms with 22 countries on
Silk Road e-commerce (Cyberspace Administration of China, 2020). E-commerce and digital
payments are growing rapidly in Latin America, thanks to the deep involvement of Chinese
companies. E-commerce and digital payments are growing rapidly in Latin America, thanks to
the deep involvement of Chinese companies. In Argentina, e-payments rose by 29% in 2020,
and the share of mobile payments by QR code scanning increased to 54.3% (Yan, Liu, and Liu,
2021). China’s informatization not only serves its domestic population but also contributes to
the development of the international digital economy.
However, the US has violated the minimum norms of international relations by placing
domestic law above international law. Some forces exercise long-arm jurisdiction and impose
sanctions against others for their benefit.
The Obama administration
In February 2015, the U.S. Obama administration released the important National Security
Strategy. The report furthers the Rebalance to Asia and the Pacific (RAP) strategy by publicly
smearing China. It slanderously proclaims, “On cybersecurity, we will take necessary actions to
protect our businesses and defend our networks against cyber-theft of trade secrets for
commercial gain whether by private actors or the Chinese government (THE WHITE HOUSE,
On April 1, 2015, the Obama administration issued Executive Order 13694, declaring a national
emergency. The Federal government would impose sanctions on foreigners and entities that
commit cybercrimes against the US. On March 29, 2016, the administration proposed that the powers granted by the state of emergency declaration needed to be extended for at least
another year. The national emergency was extended until the next administration (Boyd, 2016).
On March 7, 2016, the Bureau of Industry and Security, US Department of Commerce (BIS),
placed ZTE and three affiliates on its sanctions list for violating the US Export Administration

ZTE is China’s second-largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, with the fifth-
the largest business in the world. In November 2016, the US Department of Justice, Office of Foreign

Assets Control, the US Department of Treasury, and the BIS of the Department of Commerce jointly
issued a decision fining ZTE $1.19 billion (ZTE paid $892 million in fines, with another $300
million suspended). It is the highest amount of similar fines in the United States. The US
sanctions dealt a devastating blow to ZTE (Feng Sheng Yan Qi, 2017). Then, the US sanctioned
private Chinese company Huawei and other IT companies.
The Trump administration
In December 2017, the Trump administration released a 68-page report on the National
Security Strategy of the United States of America, in which China is mentioned 33 times. The US
positions China as a strategic competitor of the United States but does not completely rule out
the possibility of cooperation with China. The report alleges that “China is using economic
inducements and penalties, influence operations, and implied military threats to persuade
other states to heed its political and security agenda.” Further, it accuses that “China’s
infrastructure investments and trade strategies reinforce its geopolitical aspirations.”
Moreover, it defames China’s efforts to build and militarize outposts in the South China Sea in
its territorial waters as endangering the free flow of trade, threatening the sovereignty of other
nations and undermining regional stability (THE WHITE HOUSE, 2017).
Subsequently, the US imposed even harsher and more unjustified sanctions on China. On May
15, 2019, supported by the President of the United States, BIS added Huawei, a Chinese-owned
and the world’s largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, to its Entity List (US
Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security, 2019). On September 26, 2020, the
BIS imposed sanctions on Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC),
China’s largest semiconductor manufacturer (Zhihu, 2020). The Financial Times, Reuters, and
E&T Engineering and Technology published articles a day apart. They commented that the
sanctions against SMIC are the latest war waged against influential Chinese technology
companies by US President Trump, targeting companies like Huawei, Tencent, and TikTok
owner ByteDance (E&T editorial staff, 2020).
The current Biden administration
In October 2022, the Biden administration released its latest National Security Strategy, a
report that completely ignores the facts. It charges China that “Beijing frequently uses its
economic power to coerce countries. It benefits from the openness of the international
economy while limiting access to its domestic market.” And it called China’s equitable
development of the information industry building an “untrusted digital infrastructure (THE
WHITE HOUSE, 2022).” Because of this, China’s economic development is once again being

On October 7, 2022, the Biden administration implemented a series of targeted updates to its
export controls against Chinese entities. The FCC announced on November 25 that it adopted
new rules banning sales and imports of new equipment from Huawei Technologies, ZTE
Corporation, Hytera Communications, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital technology, and Dahua
Technology, as well as their subsidiaries and affiliates. The export controls announced in the
two rules restrict the PRC’s ability to obtain advanced computing chips, develop and maintain
supercomputers, and manufacture advanced semiconductors.
The US added 31 Chinese companies to the Entity List, including NAURA Technology Group Co.,
Ltd., Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Co., Ltd., Shanghai Tech University, and the University of Chinese
Academy of Sciences (US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security, 2022). It is
the latest in a years-long escalation of US restrictions on Chinese technology that began with
former President Donald Trump and has continued under President Joe Biden’s administration.
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) commented, “This is the latest in an escalation of US
restrictions on Chinese technology that began with former President Donald Trump and
continued for years during the Joe Biden administration (CBS NEWS, 2022).”
As common sense has proven countless times, anyone who smears others in a marketplace
transaction is both fainthearted and financially ruinous. In her essay, Mary Kate Carter,
Associate Manager, International Policy, US Chamber of Commerce, acknowledged that China
remains the largest source of US goods imports. On the one hand, US tariffs on most Chinese
goods have led to an $87.9 billion drop in imports from China in 2019 and another $17.7 billion
drop in 2020. Despite a 40% increase in US exports to China from 2019 to 2021, the total US
trade in goods with China was approximately $657 billion in 2021. Of that amount, $151 billion
was in exports and $506.3 billion in imports. In 2021, the US deficit with China amounted to
$355.3 billion (Carter, 2021). The exchange of needed goods is the law of the market. The world
economy has become irreversibly integrated.
China has contributed significantly to the world’s economic recovery and the prevention and
control of the COVID-19 pandemic. Speaking at the 11th Caixin Summit in Beijing, China, on
November 12, 2020, Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary
Fund (IMF), said that she did believe that China will play an important role in this regard” in
terms of international trade. She laid out a guideline for the global development of information
technology. She insisted that the digital transformation the US had seen happening at an
accelerated pace benefits, everybody. The people in countries with more or less financial
capabilities can be connected so they can see inequalities that have been a problem in the past
being tackled based on equal access to tomorrow’s opportunities (Georgieva, 2020). China is
making many contributions to building a human community with a shared future. Any efforts
to deny or discredit China are counterproductive.


Adam Smith (1723-1790), known as the “father of classical economics” and the “founder of
modern economics,” proposed the theory of free and fair competition in the market in 1776.
Smith believed that the key to increasing national wealth was to let the Invisible Hand play a
role in market transactions. On the one hand, fair trade is driven by competition among free
sellers. On the other hand, a sale is driven by buyers who seek the best possible price for
themselves (Smith, 1776).

John Rawls (1921-2002), one of the greatest philosophers of the twentieth century and a former
professor at Harvard University, proposed a theory of justice as fairness. The theory mainly
consists of three principles: (A) Each person is to have an equal right to the most extensive total
system of equal basic liberties compatible with a similar system of liberty for all. Social and
economic inequalities are to be arranged. So they are (B) attached to offices and positions open
to all under fair equality of opportunity. (C) They are to the greatest benefit of the least
advantaged, consistent with the just savings principle. Among these three principles, the
equal liberty principle (A) should be prioritized, followed by the principle of fair equality of
opportunity (B) and then the difference principle(C) (Rawls, 1999). For more than 200 years,
economic professionals have recognized and practiced these core principles of the market
economy. We must maintain the economic order of the international market and restrain the
disturbance of the world economic order. China must keep advancing the progress of
globalization, demonstrate its just position and share the development outcomes.
Modern society advances materially through high technologies. China has made remarkable
achievements in innovation and development in a relatively short time. We should be
responsible and obliged to draw lessons and offer advisory services to other countries,
especially developing countries. Many developing countries have taken the wrong path because
their economies imitate those of industrialized countries. Dr. Matija Loka and Professor Paul
Libbrecht argued that using many integrated and innovative tools can only solve complicated
problems, such as important and complex questions of quantitative economic theory. It was
concluded that copy-and-paste is often useless (Lokar and Libbrecht, 2017). At the time, some
European and North American countries also saw China as having a copy-and-paste approach
to technology. However, China has grown into an innovative country against all odds (Koenig,
Zheng and Storesletten, 2022). The World Intellectual Property Organization recently released
the World Intellectual Property Indicators 2022. According to the report, China filed 1.59
million patent applications in 2021, accounting for about half of the total number of
applications filed worldwide and ranking as the world’s first for 11 consecutive years. In
addition, China had 3.6 million patents in force in 2021, overtaking the United States for the
first time as the world’s number one (World Intellectual Property Organization, 2022). China
has been advancing independently through scientific research despite enormous hardships.
Chapter 4 of the book China in Xi Jinping Era, “Environment and Urbanization,” describes these
advances in vivid detail. The chapter describes the application of innovative technologies to
protect the ecological environment by the Tibetan, Qiang, and Han peoples of the Qinghai-Tibet
Plateau, known as the “Third Pole of the Earth.” They have incorporated the ancient Chinese
idea of the harmony between man and nature; implemented institutional reforms guided by
new theories of compensation mechanisms, and established carbon sink markets promoted by
UN agencies. As mentioned above, American and Canadian readers would enjoy the fascinating
Chinese culture. Stories that share experiences are most appreciated.

The fundamental strategy for China’s peaceful rise is to adhere to a socialist path consistent
with its national conditions while firmly defending the internationalist principles of justice,
equality, friendship, and mutual assistance. China is firmly opposed to any form of hegemonic
behavior. On October 26, 2021, the Federal Communications Commission issued an order to

revoke and terminate China Telecom Americas’ Section 214 authority to provide any domestic,
interstate, or international services within the United States within sixty days following the
release of the order (Federal Communications Commission, 2021).
On October 28, Shu Jueting, spokesperson of China’s Ministry of Commerce, said, “China has
noticed that the US Federal Communications Commission decided to revoke China Telecom’s
Section 214 authority to operate in the US. This move by the US side overstretches the notion
of national security, abuses state power, and suppresses Chinese companies in a groundless
and malicious manner. It runs counter to market principles and poisons the atmosphere for
bilateral cooperation, about which China is deeply concerned (The State Council Information
Office, 2021).
All chapters of the book indicate, in different ways, that China is pursuing a peaceful, friendly, and interconnected diplomatic course in the new era. Moreover, China never yields cohesive
power and steadfastly defends its national interests. In the face of a complex and volatile
international situation, China must stand firm and be justified at all times to be invincible.


The world economy recovered and developed rapidly after World War II, which was people’s
desire and pursuit of a peaceful and prosperous life. As a result, the Law of Attraction became
popular in Europe and America. The core of this theory is that only attractive objects can exist,
expand and persist. Dr. Travis Taylor of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
demonstrated in quantum physics that every singular idea creates our reality. It leads human
beings to explore the origin of life and the universe (Taylor, 2010). VASIST Network’s leading
Pakistani company’s personnel have used Internet technology to prove that high technology
guided by the law of attraction has changed every aspect of people’s lives (FASCIST, 2021).
Scholar Phillip Cooper argues that creative visuals are the most attractive. It can awaken new
areas of consciousness and generate positive energy for life (Cooper, 2021).
Chapters 5, 6, and 7 of this book are presented with innovative ideas, vivid examples, and lively
expressions, which appeal more to readers. Since the authors write in English other than their
mother language, there are still many deficiencies. How can we keep telling the story of China’s
development to overseas readers? The guideline is “a reliable, admirable and respectable image
of China,” as proposed in the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China. We need
to use the Internet to embody the elements of the metaverse in various ways, bringing the
characters to life and resonating with the readers. The only way to live up to our mission is to
strive to ascend the steep academic peaks.


It is also necessary to deepen the reform of the existing university system to promote China
overseas. The authors have run into many unforeseen problems in their domestic work. The
university system provides for some inappropriate and even distrustful censorship, and the
recognition and awarding of publications are relegated or rejected. According to management
science theory and case studies, universities must act as an umbrella carrier. Specifically, they
need to protect their subordinates from being distracted by harmful events and information
from outside or unnecessary management rules from the superior to enable the grassroots staff
to perform their professional work well (Gjerde and Alvesson, 2020). Only a deeper reform of
universities can encourage teachers to produce works in English. We should let the world know
more about China’s peace and development so that all people worldwide can work together to
build a human community with a shared future.

The 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China represents a major event
concerning China’s future and destiny, and the world is again focused on China. The
international community widely believes it is a major event for China, but it will also
significantly affect the world. Since China entered the new era of Xi Jinping, the international
community has been increasingly concerned about China and the Communist Party of China.
The miracle upon miracle written on the Chinese land has won worldwide acclaim. General
Secretary Xi Jinping, the core of the central leadership of the Communist Party of China and the
core of the Party, is at the country’s helm, and Xi Jinping’s thought of socialism with Chinese
Attributes in the new era serve as scientific guides. Thus, China has secured historic
achievements and seen changes in the new era.
Xi Jinping’s thoughts on socialism with Chinese Attributes in the new era have become the
banner leading China’s development and progress and a window for the international
community to observe and learn the secrets of China’s development in the new era. As an
essential forum for exchanging ideas, the publication of monographs and papers in
international academic forums is undoubtedly crucial for other countries’ better understanding
of China. Such international academic exchanges can build a bridge of friendship between
countries, facilitate mutual understanding among people worldwide, and contribute to building
a human community with a shared future. In communication with the international community,
Chinese scholars need to explain Chinese ideas further and build a discourse system for
international exchanges in the new era in the heated debate of the international community.
We should show the essence of Chinese culture in multi-cultural exchange and integration.
These should be the distinctive features and highlights of China’s international exchanges.
China in Xi Jinping Era introduces to the international community Xi Jinping’s key thoughts on
the Chinese path to modernization and how the Chinese people, under the leadership of the
The Communist Party of China has accomplished its historical tasks and future missions. It
deserves to be studied by the international academic community. Historically, exchanges and
mutual appreciation among civilizations have played a vital role in promoting civilization
progress, technological innovation, economic prosperity, and social development. The world is
now moving into a new period of turbulence and change, and inter-country communication is
even more important. In the future, China should facilitate communication channels, develop
innovative communication methods, and contribute Chinese solutions to global development.

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