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CHASING THE CHINESE DREAM:Four Decades of Following China’s War on Poverty
  • Author William N.Brown
  • Book NO. 12813
  • Words 150thousand
  • Pages 268
  • Price 68
  • Edition 1-1
  • ISBN 978-7-119-12813-9
  • Format 16
  • Publish Year 2021
  • Language Chinese
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The author of this book, William N. Brown, launched two trips to China in July and August 2019 and November 2020, spanning 26 cities in 18 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, including the Tibet Autonomous Region, Guizhou Province, Gansu Province, Yunnan Province, and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, which are distributed in many national-level poor counties, through face-to-face interviews, from the perspective of a foreigner, the real story of Chinese pursuit of a better life is told truthfully and vividly. William N. Brown’s interviewees include different figures, including grassroots cadres, poor households, and first secretaries stationed in villages, as well as ordinary people who have worked hard and written wonderful stories in all walks of life.
This book focuses on the times when China has built a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way and achieved the goal of poverty alleviation, focusing on the two themes of “life changes” and “poverty alleviation”, and telling hot topics such as what the “Chinese Dream” is, how to realize the “Chinese Dream”, and “the connection between the Chinese Dream” and the world in a way that integrates stories and perspectives. The author also expounds on the profound understanding of the “Chinese Dream” from the perspective of building a community with a shared future for mankind, combined with the influence of traditional Chinese culture on the spirit of Chinese and the impact on national governance strategies.