By Bin Wu,Shujie Yao,Jian Chen
The suggestion of ‘harmonization’ has develop into very hot in China, with the chinese language govt more and more utilising the time period ‘harmonious society’ to inner affairs and the time period ‘harmonious international’ to foreign relationships. Harmonization as either an finish and a method of China’s improvement is deeply rooted in China’s cultural culture, which emphasizes moderation, stability and concord among people and nature, among diversified social teams, and among the chinese language and different nationalities. This publication examines the event of enacting the concept that of harmonization in China lately. It explores this by way of advancements inside of chinese language society, fiscal advancements and adjustments in enterprise practices, environmental demanding situations and coping options, and altering styles of diplomacy. all through, it discusses the gaps among rhetoric and truth, coverage and perform.
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