What Do Filipino Maoists Think of China Now?
By Michael Beltran
There’s no love lost between Philippine communists and the Chinese Communist Party.
CCP Martyrs ‘Still Youthful’ in New Film
By Jesse Turland
The film “1921” seeks to challenge the perception of the Chinese Communist Party as dominated by old men.
At 100, Chinese Communist Party in Renewed Drive for Legitimacy
By Pratik Jakhar
The party has seized upon the anniversary to bolster its appeal through a blend of narratives that incorporate past glories, present successes, and future greatness.
China Celebrates 100 Years of the CCP
By Shannon Tiezzi
100 years of the party’s existence, 72 years of its rule – and about 40 years actually worth celebrating.
The Present in the Past: 100 Years of the Chinese Communist Party
By Tony Saich
As the CCP celebrates its centennial, how close is the party of Xi Jinping to its founding vision?
How the CCP Uses History
By Nicholas Ross Smith and Tracey Fallon
The party’s embrace of tailored history has accelerated ahead of the 100th anniversary of the CCP’s founding.
The CCP Can’t Take Credit for China’s Phenomenal Economic Growth
By Bonnie Girard
The Chinese Communist Party has never been adept at creating the conditions for economic development, except when it steps away.
Reading Between the Lines of the CCP’s Centennial Propaganda Blitz
By Sarah Cook
Troop deployments, censorship, and exhaustive promotion point to a deep uncertainty about the party’s future.