Making A New China Ep13: The scientific outlook on development

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During the early 21st century, successful reforms led to conditions never before experienced in China’s history. In response to this new environment, the Communist Party of China (CPC), led by General Secretary Hu Jintao, stepped forward with new innovative theories to guide their work and the development of the country as it entered an age of never-before-seen hi tech development. A brand new age of scientific development was dawning!

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