Xi Jinping apparently used this idiom on November 13 at the National Museum, while visiting the exhibition on 40 years of reform and opening. His speech traced familiar contours of the sacrifices of the Chinese people, the importance of the leadership of the Party, and the ongoing need for unity of thought and unwavering belief in the Party's blueprint for the future.
Instead of our usual documentary recommendation, this week we want to highlight a large collection of
radio broadcasts from Xinhua. These are a good way to keep your 听力 sharp. The topics of the broadcasts vary, as does the quality. One place to start is
第一时间 , a long-form show that covers everything from health problems in 5-star hotels, to Brexit, to art.
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