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Q: what do you think of the CPC?

its 90 today ..

8 years 8 weeks ago in  Culture - China

 
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Long live the CPC!

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Make it specific. what do u mean by CPC??

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8 years 7 weeks ago
 
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CONGRATS to them.......
they are working for the people and making their country stronger and powerful day by day.. i support china and communist party as their is no offense in it. but if they more regulated the human rights kind of thing and equal distribution of wealth and shall tell little truth about the xinjiang incidence i think and i guess they can make big difference to china community.....

CPC are fine when they make it 100 maybe they are the strongest nation in the world.

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No democracy could have done so much for so many in such a short time.

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