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Chinascope — The Week Behind The Wall is everything you need to know about what’s happening in China this week.
SubscriberWrites: China’s recent crackdowns attempt to control its experiment with socialism and capitalism
President Xi's recent public statements and actions indicate that China is pivoting away from a free-market economy to a more governed way of dictating the market forces.
Xi Jinping's tight control over media and dwindling access of foreign journalists to Chinese leaders has made it difficult to report on corruption at the highest levels of CCP.
CCP has issued a decree allowing kids no more than 3 hours of online gaming per week. The time freed will be used to revise Xi Jinping Thought, now part of school curriculum.
The differences in response to Kris Wu and Alibaba cases shed light on the Chinese Communist Party’s growing discontentment with celebrity culture.
The CCP's centenary celebration was all over Chinese social and mainstream media platforms. Xi Jinping experienced a peasant's life and his party made inroads into younger groups.
Unfortunately for Beijing — and in contrast to choreographed celebrations of Communist Party's 100th anniversary — not all the factors of future growth are under their control.
Sounding a warning note, Chinese President Xi Jinping said if anyone attempts to oppress or bully China, they will find themselves on 'a collision course with a great wall of steel'.
Xi Jinping awarded the July 1 medal, the CCP's highest honour, to 29 party members. Among them was also a top forensic police officer and a soldier who died in last year's Ladakh clash.
Mao’s Cultural Revolution disrupted education of the Chinese youth but Deng’s reforms led to hiring of educated ministers, a trend that has evolved in Xi’s era.