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Beautiful ‘China Dream’ requires hard work

(People's Daily Online)

08:02, December 04, 2012

China's new top leadership visited “The Road toward Renewal” exhibition in the National Museum of China on Nov. 29. Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee and chairman of the CPC Central Military Commission (CMC), delivered an important speech during the visit.

"Making empty talk is harmful to the nation, while doing practical jobs can help it thrive. We, this generation of Communists, must take what has been left to us by our predecessors as a departure for forging ahead into the future,” Xi said.

Rejuvenation of the Chinese nation has been the greatest Chinese dream in modern times since the Opium Wars. “After more than 170 years of hard struggle since the Opium War, the Chinese nation has bright prospects, is closer than ever to reaching its goal of great renewal, and is more confident and capable of reaching the goal than ever. “ Xi’s words are quite thought-provoking.

From founding a New China to building a New China, it is Chinese people that begin the modernization process of the state with their experiences of revolutionary and construction. China has become the world’s second largest economy, with remarkable economic success, improving living standard, growing comprehensive national strength and international influence. Generations of Chinese people’s hard work has lightened the future of “Chinese Dream.”

It is the second decade of the 21st century and China is still in an important period of strategic opportunities and faced with unprecedented challenges and opportunities. The 18th CPC National Congress has painted a beautiful blueprint for China’s future. However, there is a long way to go before the blueprint comes true. This requires long-term efforts.

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