BEIJING: A recent book detailing research about President Xi Jinping’s thoughts on China’s reform and opening-up policy has been receiving favorable reviews from the general public, and attention from international media. Released on the 40th anniversary of the start of China’s reform and opening-up policy in 1978, the book is the first to present a comprehensive analysis of President Xi’s thoughts on the nation’s experience of reform and opening-up.
Observers believe President Xi has become “the chief architect of China in the new era.”
Qu Qingshan, who specializes in the history of the Communist Party of China, says that the book provides important theoretical guidance for China’s future development.
Chi Fulin, a scholar based in Hainan Province, says that President Xi’s thoughts on reform and opening-up are of great value in further promoting China’s reform and opening up, and they form a significant part of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era.
The book has also been reported by foreign media outlets including the Russian Gazeta and Tass news agencies, the Pasaxon newspaper in Laos, Internacional Radio in Spain, the Indian Hindi-language Dainik Savera Times, and many others in Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States. INP