“Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP “Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP
“Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP

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Communist Party jargon: from tigers and flies to the Chinese dream, 10 slogans used in the Xi Jinping era

  • Like others before him, president has popularised terms and phrases to sum up his ideology and policies
  • They cover everything from corruption to national goals, challenges and global aspirations

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“Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP “Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP
“Serve the people” became the party’s unofficial motto during the Mao Zedong (left) era. President Xi Jinping has his own set of slogans. Photo: AFP
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