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In 1949, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) was established and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference was convened to formulate the “Common Program” and elect the Central People’s Government Committee of the People’s Republic of China. Mao Zedong then declared the PRC to be founded. He said, “China’s history has opened a new era from now on.” He predicted that “as the high tide of the economic construction arrives, the cultural construction will also usher in its high tide. The era under which Chinese were considered uncivilized has passed and we will appear in the world as a nation with a highly-developed culture.” This signifies China’s formal entry into its era of modernization. For many Western countries this process has took hundreds of years and for Japan it took 70–80 years after the Meiji Restoration. How then should China start its industrialization and modernization? How should it chase after its forerunners? Is it possible for China to become a modernization transcender and inventor?
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