Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS
Edward Tse
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Edward Tse

What the West needs to know about where modern China is headed

  • President Xi Jinping has emphasised the importance of ‘learning from history to create a bright future’. This epitomises how China is searching for its own brand of modernity, while keeping the ‘whole-of-nation approach’

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech is shown on a screen in Tiananmen Square in Beijing on July 1, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party. Modernity with Chinese characteristics has something old, something new, and something borrowed. Photo: TNS
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Edward Tse

Edward Tse

Edward Tse is founder and CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company, a strategy consultancy with roots in China assisting clients on global business and management issues. He previously headed Greater China operations for two major international management consulting firms for over 20 years, and is the author of The China Strategy and China’s Disruptors.