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'''Qiushi''' ({{zh|c=求是|p=Qíushì|l=Seek Truth}}) is a bi-monthly [[political theory]] periodical published by the [[Central Party School]] and the Central Committee of the [[Communist Party of China]]. It replaced the ''Red Flag'' periodical, which ceased production in June 1988 under directions from [[Deng Xiaoping]], owing to China's changing political climate and the Communist Party distancing itself from [[Maoist]] class struggle notions of Communist rule in favour of a [[market]]-oriented [[pragmatic]] system.<ref name=beijingnews>{{cite news|url=http://www.thebeijingnews.com/news/reform30/2008/05-30/018@110555.htm|newspaper=Beijing News|date=2008/5/30}}</ref> The periodical is widely circulated amongst high-level Communist Party officials.<ref>{{cite news|title=Sunny skies: China’s gold ambitions|url=http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2012/08/17/sunny-skies-a-glimpse-into-chinas-gold-ambitions/#axzz259mFJ1Hl|newspaper=Financial Times Beyond Brics|date=August 17, 2012}}</ref>
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'''Qiushi''' ({{zh|c=求是|p=Qíushì|l=Seek Truth}}) is a bi-monthly [[political theory]] periodical published by the [[Central Party School]] and the Central Committee of the [[Communist Party of China]]. It replaced the ''Red Flag'' periodical, which ceased production in June 1988 under directions from [[Deng Xiaoping]], owing to China's changing political climate and the Communist Party distancing itself from [[Maoist]] class struggle notions of Communist rule in favour of a [[market]]-oriented [[pragmatic]] system.<ref name=beijingnews>{{cite news|url=http://www.thebeijingnews.com/news/reform30/2008/05-30/018@110555.htm|newspaper=Beijing News|title=article about Qiushi|date=2008/5/30}}</ref> The periodical is widely circulated amongst high-level Communist Party officials.<ref>{{cite news|title=Sunny skies: China’s gold ambitions|url=http://blogs.ft.com/beyond-brics/2012/08/17/sunny-skies-a-glimpse-into-chinas-gold-ambitions/#axzz259mFJ1Hl|newspaper=Financial Times Beyond Brics|date=August 17, 2012}}</ref>
  
 
The title originates from [[Deng Xiaoping]]'s famous quote [[:zh:%E5%AE%9E%E4%BA%8B%E6%B1%82%E6%98%AF|"实事求是"]] (Shíshì Qíushì), meaning [[Seek truth from facts]].
 
The title originates from [[Deng Xiaoping]]'s famous quote [[:zh:%E5%AE%9E%E4%BA%8B%E6%B1%82%E6%98%AF|"实事求是"]] (Shíshì Qíushì), meaning [[Seek truth from facts]].

Latest revision as of 14:06, 4 November 2013

Qiushi (Chinese Wp→: 求是; pinyin: Qíushì; literally "Seek Truth") is a bi-monthly political theory periodical published by the Central Party School and the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. It replaced the Red Flag periodical, which ceased production in June 1988 under directions from Deng Xiaoping, owing to China's changing political climate and the Communist Party distancing itself from Maoist class struggle notions of Communist rule in favour of a market-oriented pragmatic system.[1] The periodical is widely circulated amongst high-level Communist Party officials.[2]

The title originates from Deng Xiaoping's famous quote "实事求是" (Shíshì Qíushì), meaning Seek truth from facts.

References

  1. "article about Qiushi", 2008/5/30. 
  2. "Sunny skies: China’s gold ambitions", August 17, 2012. 

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