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Revisiting CPC congress legacy in fostering social revolution

A few observations suffice to tell us how risky it was to be a revolutionary in times such as these, and how resourceful CPC delegates must be to outwit police and spies.
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Teaching the teachers a lesson in morality

Some netizens said that the teachers should have higher ethical standards than ordinary people, and those who were unethical should be in no position to teach.


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China's cabinet ready to report state asset management to nation's top legislature

The State Council is asked to establish a complete and accurate database about state asset, which can be shared by relevant ministries and departments.
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China and the Middle East seek a new future together, building on past strengths

Leading experts and scholars from home and abroad gathered in Shanghai to explore opportunities and challenges in deepening cooperation between China and the Middle East.
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The new era: Xi's thoughts inspire a nation

To lead a country of more than 1.3 billion people, the Party must be both politically strong and highly competent.
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Xi highlights China's role as responsible country

In an uneasy world, China has offered its wisdom to address global challenges, providing the world with global public goods such as the Belt and Road Initiative.
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It's time to clean up the pollution out there clouding our cyberspace and choking us

Naming and shaming some culprits need to intensify, if you have any idea of the scale of the sink of iniquity hosted by unscrupulous online providers.
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The next big thing: Mobile Internet of Things moving life into fast lane

The ownership of data that we supply to enable transactions is a gray area that awaits better legal interpretation and perhaps stricter legislation.


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Key to CPC's success? Keeping connected with the people and staying true to its roots

To some speakers, the CPC's status as the ruling party means it should hold its members to a stricter standard than the laws and regulations that ordinary citizens are subject to.


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Wasted money on grand schemes takes away the real meaning of what home is

Some grassroots officials characterize this upgraded version of image projects as 'borrowing money to buy luxury brands.'
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