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Chinese Deputy Consul General to San Francisco Zha Liyou Gave a Presentation on China's Political System at UC Berkeley

On April 24, 2017, Chinese Deputy Consul General to San Francisco Zha Liyou was invited to give a presentation on China's political system at UC Berkeley. Lecturer Bruce Newsome, Professor Lowell Dittmer and nearly 30 students attended the lecture.

Deputy Consul General Zha Liyou gave a lecture at UC Berkeley

Deputy Consul General Zha reviewed from a historical perspective the formation of China's political system and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics. Zha pointed out that the Communist Party of China (CPC) has confidence in its path, guiding theories, political system and culture. By implementing the strategic blueprint of "Four Comprehensives" (Comprehensively build a moderately prosperous society, comprehensively deepen reform, comprehensively implement the rule of law, and comprehensively strengthen party discipline) and "the Five-Pronged Approach to building Socialism with Chinese characteristics", the CPC is leading Chinese people to build the country into a well-off, democratic, civilized and harmonious modern nation. Zha also answered questions from the students.

Deputy Consul General Zha Liyou exchanged views with UC Berkeley students

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