The Point: Behind China’s social progress

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    The Communist Party of China (CPC) turns 100 years old on July 1. For the world’s largest ruling party with 91 million members, the past century has been a process of leading China to reach milestones one after another. What explains China’s progress? How is the CPC different from Western parties? And what is the relationship between the CPC and non-communist parties in China?

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    Prof. Zhang Weiwei, director of China Institute, Fudan University

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