Qiushi Journal


Accelerating the Development of a Socialist Law-Based Government with Chinese Characteristics

The CPC Central Committee and the State Council have placed great emphasis on promoting administration and governance in accordance with the law.

China’s Accession to the WTO and the Development of Its Legal System

December 10, 2001 was an extraordinary day which marked China’s eventual accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) after 15 years of arduous negotiations.

The Impact of Tourism on Attitudes in Tibetan Regions

As China carries out a nationwide campaign to “get into communities, rectify the style of work, and change the style of writing,” the Investigation and Study Group of Qiushi magazine traveled to A’ba Tibetan-Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, a Tibetan region in Sichuan Province, to conduct a survey into how local attitudes have been affected by the development of tourism in Tibetan regions.

Implementing a Proactive Fiscal Policy for Overall Economic and Social Development

The implementation of a proactive fiscal policy is a major decision that the Chinese government has made in response to changes in the economic situation.

Accelerating the Transformation and Upgrading of Industries

At the Central Economic Work Conference, clear requirements were set forth for steady efforts to develop the real economy, which constitutes the foundation for China’s overall development.

The Flourishing Period of the Tang Dynasty

The Flourishing Period of the Tang Dynasty refers to the period of history spanning from the Zhenguan Era (627-649) to the Tianbao Era (742-756) of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).

China’s Diplomacy in 2011

The year 2011 witnessed extremely profound and complex changes in the international situation.

Theoretical Analysis and Reflections on the “Middle-Income Trap”

Studying the “middle-income trap” will allow us to gain a penetrating insight into why economies are particularly susceptible to slower economic growth and the emergence of political, economic and social problems after entering the middle-income stage of development.

Resource Constraints and China’s Modernization

Since the middle of the 20th century, worldwide calls for resource conservation and environmental protection have become increasingly loud along with the spread of industrialization, the increased exploitation and utilization of natural resources, and the excessive damage to environments that has occurred in the concentrated industrial areas of some countries.


Chinese premier urges China, Africa to enhance media cooperation