Prosperity Highlights the Two Dimensions of the Essence of the Chinese Dream: Based on the Domestic and International Overall Situation

  •  Xiaodie Fu    
  •  Junzan Wu    


The Chinese Dream is consistent with the dreams of economic and social development in the other countries of the world. However, the Chinese Dream’ going out of China and stepping towards the world is not as easy as we imagined. There is not only understanding, approving and supporting, but also excluding, suppressing and repelling. The international society sees the Chinese Dream based on the fragmentation view. In a word, today, it is very necessary to show the essence of the Chinese Dream: peaceful development, to the world. “Let the world see the true, open and confident China”. It is high time that we let the world to scan and examine the Chinese Dream from a realistically brand-new perspective of overall situation. Then, this paper intends to analyse, by the main methods of logical thought (including analysis, synthesis and interrelation and so on), historical review (including the big events of the world and the promises of the successive Chinese leaders) and data examples (including GDP and per capital GDP, GDP contribution rate, the foreign direct investment amount, and the foreign aid amount) and so on, how Prosperity, the primary value and core goal of the Socialist Core Values, highlights the two dimensions of the essence the Chinese Dream: first rejuvenation and second cosmopolitanism, which are integrated organically in her general essence: peaceful development, based on the international and domestic overall situation. The ultimate goal or the significance of the paper is to show that the realization of the Chinese Dream is not only good for the Chinese people, but also benefiting the world, hoping that those who are for the Chinese Dream could as always understand, support her and realize their own dreams with her, and who are against the Chinese Dream could at least understand her.

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