Foreign language press portrays stories between China and foreign friends


Published by Foreign Languages ​​Press, the book features 18 figures who have worked with the CCP to make outstanding contributions to the Chinese people’s cause of national liberation, socialist development, reform and opening up.

Selected characters include Norman Bethune, Edgar Snow, Agnes Smedleyand Anna Louise Strongmentioned by the president Mao Zedong in his “In memory of Norman Bethuneas well as in other essays; Dwarkanath Kotnis, Jean-Augustin Bussiereand Hans Shippe, mentioned by President Xi Jinping in his speech at a seminar to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese people’s war of resistance against Japanese aggression; Ohira Masayoshi, Juan Antonio Samaranch and Konosuke Matsushita, honored with the China Reform Friendship Medal; and Israel EpsteinRewi Alley, Ivan Vasilevich Arkhipovand Morihiko Hiramatsuranked among the top 10 international friends of Chinaan online event.

Many international friends have made contributions to the cause of the Chinese revolution and socialist development under the leadership of the CPC. They have worked through thick and thin with the CCP and the Chinese people, forming a close community of shared destiny. Some have worked for the Party cause for decades, some have joined the CCP, and some have become Chinese citizens. Their love and compassion for the CCP and the Chinese people, their dedication and contribution to China revolution, development and reform, their sacrifice for the pursuit of truth and their strict self-discipline are all part of the CCP’s glorious history over the past century.

Robert Laurent KuhnPresident of the Kuhn Foundation, congratulates the foreign language press on the release of the book, saying: “So that the world understands Chinathe world must understand the way of thinking of the party.”

“I think where this book can be very helpful is in terms of inspiring and motivating people who have a positive attitude towards China,” noted David Ferguson, editor at the Foreign Languages ​​Press. “It shows them that they are not alone, that they are part of a very long tradition involving important personalities.”

Ferguson’s opinion is echoed by Evandro Menezes de Carvalho, Director of the Center for Brazil-China Studies at the Faculty of Law of the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He said the book symbolized dialogue and goodwill between China and the CCP and international friends.

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SOURCE Foreign languages ​​Press


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