I think both sides [China and United States] should work hard to build a new type of relationship between big powers. The two sides should cooperate with each other for a win-win result in order to benefit people from the two countries and the world.
“Globalization was once viewed as the treasure cave found by Alibaba in the Arabian Nights, but now it has become the Pandora's box.”
Living one's life is like buttoning up one's jacket. If the first button is not fastened correctly, the rest will never find their rightful place. The buttons of life should be fastened well from the very beginning.
Happiness does not fall out of the blue and dreams will not come true by themselves. We need to be down-to-earth and work hard. We should uphold the idea that working hard is the most honorable, noblest, greatest and most beautiful virtue.
“We [China] have had our fair share of choking in the water, we have encountered whirlpools and choppy waves, but we have learned how to swim in the process.”
I was so eager to do my job well but fell ill quite often. The reason? I always burnt the midnight oil. Later I came to realize that I couldn't work like this anymore. One has to be fully aware that one cannot finish all the work at a time, however enthusiastic one may be about the job.
The future is encouraging and inspiring. But happiness does not fall from the sky. We shall establish a spirit to prevail and continue to immerse ourselves in hard work.
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Why must we stand firm on the party's leadership over the military? Because that's the lesson from the collapse of the Soviet Union. In Soviet Union, where the military was depoliticized, separated from the party and nationalized, the party was disarmed. When the country came to crisis point, a big party was gone just like that. Proportionally, the Soviet Communist Party had more members than we (Communist Party of China) do, but nobody was man enough to stand up and resist.
“No one will emerge as a winner in a trade war.”
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The whole society should vigorously promote the spirit of hard work, encouraging people to realize their dreams and change their fate through honest work, while opposing negative thoughts such as profiting from other people's work, opportunism and indulging in pleasure and comfort.
Safeguarding the interests of our Taiwan compatriots and expanding their well-being is the mainland's oft-repeated pledge and solemn promise of the new leaders of China's Communist Party central committee.
“During the long process of history, by relying on our own diligence, courage and wisdom, Chinese people have opened up a good and beautiful home where all ethnic groups live in harmony and fostered an excellent culture that never fades.”
“People with petty shrewdness attend to trivial matters, while people with great vision attend to governance of institutions.”
“Comrade Mao, whether he was crossing 'a sea of surging waves' or scaling 'a mountain pass impregnable as iron' always held unwaveringly to his course, setting a shining example for the Chinese Communist Party.”
“Victory is ensured when people pool their strength. Success is secured when people put their heads together.”
“As economic globalization gathers momentum, China and the United States have become highly interdependent economically. Such economic relations would not enjoy sustained, rapid growth if they were not based on mutual benefit or if they failed to deliver great benefits to the United States.”
Pursuing protectionism is like locking oneself in a dark room: while wind and rain may be kept outside, so are light and air.”
“It was the greatest contribution towards the whole of human race, made by China, is to prevent its 1.3 billion people from hunger.”
“Whether you like it or not, the global economy is the big ocean you cannot escape from.”
As one saying goes, "success comes to those who share in one purpose". As long as our 1.3 billion-plus people are pulled together for a common cause, as long as the Party stands together with the people and we roll up our sleeves to work harder, we will surely succeed in a Long March of our generation.
During one's growth and endeavor, the young may gain success and joy, but may also face difficulties and pressure. One should treat the success and failure at the moment with a correct attitude, not slack in prosperity and not lose faith in adversity. One should consider both the success and failure as wealth in life instead of burdens.