Liang Hui – March 2017

Stephen Perry’s insights into all things China continue to be spot on. Stephen succinctly outlines the difference between western and Chinese governments – one a two party system, constantly juggling with each other. Stephen says “The Western systems tend to react to problems, and the Chinese system focuses on building the long term visions into reality.”…. read on to find more about how Chinese leaders think…

China Global Impact

China is approaching its “Two Sessions” – Liang Hui, the meetings of the two parts of their Parliament – NPC and CPPCC. Some call this a rubber stamp process, depicting it as an annual time, when two handpicked sets of representatives come to Beijing to go through the motions and approve the decisions the leadership have already made.

But when you look at China’s remarkable progress since 1978, in fact since 1949, it requires a much more serious analysis than the familiar hostility towards something different.

The Western parliamentary systems are based upon fundamentally competing interests and ideologies competing for power and success in putting across their ideas. Elections every 4 or 5 years usually transfers power eventually between the two leading forces, or coalitions also play a part. The core of this was to resolve the battles between the workforces and the builders of the productive forces on how…

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