This book expounds the trends of politics, economy, science and technology in the context of the changes unseen in centuries, and on this basis, thinking about what China should do at present and where to go in the future. Profoundly understanding the rich connotation of this "change" and firmly grasping the great opportunities brought about by the change to the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation are the realistic requirements of opening up a broad space for development and realizing the "two centenary goals" in the new era. Domestically, the development thinking based on the “Profound Changes Unseen in Centuries” is the guiding idea for China's further development; externally, the international exchanges and the construction of international order highlighted by the “Profound Changes Unseen in Centuries” will also be of great significance for reference in the development of the world.
Wang Wen: executive dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies (RDCY), the deputy dean and professor of Silk Road School, Renmin University of China.
Jia Jinjing: assistant dean of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China
Liu Yushu: researcher of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
Wang Peng: associate reseacher of of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China.
For my foreign friends, one of useful and pragmatic suggestions is that, i think,try your best to research what the views of China government, like I said right now. For the new Cold War, all the Chinese people, all the Chinese officials don't need Cold War. For the conflict between China and the United States, President Trump everyday twitters and talks about China, but President Xi Jinping of China never mentioned about United States.