A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua
A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua
Zhou Xin
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Zhou Xin

China’s push for Communist Party leadership at grass roots level to help common prosperity

  • Last month, China released a blueprint laying out Beijing’s vision for how the country’s villages and urban communities should be managed in the next decade
  • The change is a continuation and an upgrade of the grass roots governance system formed after the collapse of People’s Commune system in early 1980s

A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua
A key takeaway from a policy document released last month concerning grass roots governance and modernisation focused on strengthening the leadership of the Communist Party, or the role of Communist Party cells, at a local level. Photo: Xinhua
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Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin

Zhou Xin now leads the technology news team at the Post following stints as Political Economy Editor and Deputy China Editor. He has previously worked for Reuters and Bloomberg in Beijing.