China’s Harvest .. Peaceful Development

By : mohamed saad

While the whole globe was waiting to see the outcomes of the 20th National Congress of China’s Communist Party, it was recognized that some Western media outlets started a campaign to belittle the role of the Chinese government in the upcoming era through articles and news that point to the failure of China in dealing with certain issues besides airing rumors as usual.
They neglected the great successes of China in the past few years a matter that deserve deserves to be promoted. Hereunder I’ll write a very small piece on the achievements of China in an endeavor that the developed and underdeveloped countries benefit from:
Within its unprecedented steps towards modernization, China succeeded in creating a double miracle represented by the rapid economic development and social stability.
Since the early days of COVID-19 pandemic, China’s control policies have meant tight borders, mandatory mass testing, invasive digital surveillance, forces quarantines ans snap lockdowns, hence protecting the people’s health and safety to the greatest extent possible and made tremendously encouraging achievements in both epidemic response and economic and social development.
A new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial transformation is well under way, and a significant shift is taking place in the international balance of power, presenting China with strategic opportunities in pursuing developments.
China achieved a considerable success in eradicating extreme powverty, running the world’s largest health and social welfare systems, advancing green energy and combatting political corruption.
BRICS mechanism is an important cooperation platform for emerging markets and developing countries. It had now entered a new stage of high-quality development.
China is still committed to the vision of common, comprehensive, cooperative and sustainable security, and work together to maintain world peace and security.
The above is a tip of the iceberg, I’ll continue in the upcoming issues.

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