The Basic Consensus Origin of the China Dream

Li ZHANG

Abstract


China dream is the ideal goal, values and cultural symbols, under the new historical conditions, focusing on the realization of national prosperity, national revitalization and the people’s happiness. China dream is gradually being recognized and accepted as the people’s consensus lies in the following three, its scientific connotation, Serving the Community, and aiming at absolute perfection.


Keywords


China dream; Connotation; Target; Dimension of value; Consensus

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