Interpreting China's Reform and Opening Up by Baijia Zhang

Interpreting China's Reform and Opening Up

byBaijia Zhang

Kobo ebook | May 25, 2015

Pricing and Purchase Info


Prices and offers may vary in store

Available for download

Not available in stores


In this book, the author tries to provide a concise introduction to the

causes and effects of China’s reform and opening up, in particular with

regard to the following issues:

Why did China embark on this reform and opening-up policy in the late

1970s and how did it relate to the periods before it?

The distinct stages and their corresponding content, including the

start of the reform and opening up, the transition of China’s economic

system, concurrent political restructuring and the development of

democracy and rule of law, and the consequent changes to social structures

and ways of thinking.

Progress towards national reunification, China’s resumption of the

exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong and Macao and the improvement in

relations across the Taiwan Straits.

The changes in relationship between China and the rest of the world,

the adjustment of China’s foreign policy, and the establishment of a multi-

level and omnidirectional strategy of foreign relations.

The current status of reform and opening up, and new challenges and

responses after many years of rapid social and economic development.

Title:Interpreting China's Reform and Opening UpFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 25, 2015Publisher:Foreign Languages PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:7119092723

ISBN - 13:9787119092720

Look for similar items by category: