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The Chinese Dream and Human Rights in Contemporary China: A Perspective from politics of law
June 24,2015   By:CSHRS
The Chinese Dream and Human Rights in Contemporary China: A Perspective from politics of law 
 
WANG Xigen*
 
Abstract: Chinese people fought for national independence during the revolutionary time whereas now, in the process of peaceful construction, they dedicate to the achievement of free and comprehensive development. The complete revolution is a fundamental characteristic of human rights construction in contemporary China. Standing at the crossroad between history and reality, to promote Chinese people’ development and to realize great rejuvenation of the nation, China Dream, put forward against the background of globalization, actually can be interpreted as a human rights dream which belongs to each and every individual in China.
 
Keywords: Chinese Dream   Human Rights    Politics of Law
 
In the time dimension of the history-reality connection and the space dimension of planning China’s development against the background of globalization, the Chinese Dream of the great renewal of the Chinese nation profoundly presents such a philosophy: the Chinese Dream is essentially the human rights dream of the entire people and all its individuals. Against the background of building a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way and realizing the Chinese Dream of the great renewal of the Chinese nation, deepening studies of the internal connection between the Chinese Dream and human rights is of great realistic and profound historical significance for improving the legal system for protecting human rights and enabling all people to enjoy development achievements equally.
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