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Each administration of Chinese leaders has adopted a [http://www.theatlantic.com/china/archive/2013/04/whats-with-the-chinese-communist-party-and-slogans/275433/ political slogan] to embody its governing philosophy and socio-economic ideology. The slogan utilized by the Hu Jintao-Wen Jiabao administration (2002-2012) was “harmonious society” (和谐社会 héxié shèhuì), and the [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/11/AR2006101101610.html government began endorsing the doctrine in 2006].
 
Each administration of Chinese leaders has adopted a [http://www.theatlantic.com/china/archive/2013/04/whats-with-the-chinese-communist-party-and-slogans/275433/ political slogan] to embody its governing philosophy and socio-economic ideology. The slogan utilized by the Hu Jintao-Wen Jiabao administration (2002-2012) was “harmonious society” (和谐社会 héxié shèhuì), and the [http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/10/11/AR2006101101610.html government began endorsing the doctrine in 2006].
  
Critics of this philosophy argue that the government has created a surface appearance of harmony by suppressing or “harmonizing” elements of society that are not to the Party’s liking.
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Critics of this philosophy argue that the government has created a surface appearance of harmony by suppressing or “harmonizing” elements of society that are not to the Party’s liking. With digital communication technologies coming to fruition under this reigning doctrine, the government fight against subversive and/or [[vulgar]] online content began to utilize the terminology, and gave rise to
  
 
See [[river crab]].
 
See [[river crab]].

Revision as of 18:32, 20 September 2013

和谐 (héxié) harmonious

Each administration of Chinese leaders has adopted a political slogan to embody its governing philosophy and socio-economic ideology. The slogan utilized by the Hu Jintao-Wen Jiabao administration (2002-2012) was “harmonious society” (和谐社会 héxié shèhuì), and the government began endorsing the doctrine in 2006.

Critics of this philosophy argue that the government has created a surface appearance of harmony by suppressing or “harmonizing” elements of society that are not to the Party’s liking. With digital communication technologies coming to fruition under this reigning doctrine, the government fight against subversive and/or vulgar online content began to utilize the terminology, and gave rise to

See river crab.

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