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Confucius called it xiaokang, and it is worth celebrating in a well-off China

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]President Xi Jinping is expected to declare in the coming days that China has built up a comprehensive well-off society – one of the two “centenary goals” of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.It is an achievement that is hard to overestimate. That a huge society of 1.412 billion people is officially no longer poor, but rather “moderately prosperous” – i.e. xiaokang – is wonderful news for the world. By every economic and social-development indicator, China has progressed substantially. Chinese…

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President Xi Jinping is expected to declare in the coming days that China has built up a comprehensive well-off society – one of the two “centenary goals” of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.It is an achievement that is hard to overestimate. That a huge society of 1.412 billion people is officially no longer poor, but rather “moderately prosperous” – i.e. xiaokang – is wonderful news for the world. By every economic and social-development indicator, China has progressed substantially. Chinese…
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