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Nearly 30 years of economic reforms have not only created a fast-growing economy but also brought about major social changes as well as some severe problems both within and outside the country, Wu said.

On the domestic front is the increasing wealth gap between the rich and the poor; and growth at the cost of the environment. Overseas, there is a spreading concept of a “China threat.”

Wu hopes that the pursuit of the Chinese Dream could resolve both the problems.

At home, Wu said, the Chinese Dream aims to create equal opportunities for people from all walks of life.

“We don’t want to see any hatred towards the rich,” he said. “Migrant workers can also become the elite in society through their pursuit of their dream.”

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April 2, 2006 at 11:27 pm

Posted in socialism

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