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COUNTRY

China China

TOPICS

China
China has a long tradition of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism, which have undergone a revival due to many of the government’s restrictions on religious practice having...
Religion in China and the United States 中美宗教 Religion in China and the United States 中美宗教
The last three decades have seen a steady improvement in US-China relations, but religion remains a difficult issue. This bilingual website illuminates differences rooted...

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Chinese Leaders on Religion
This bilingual collection features key quotes on religion from past and contemporary Chinese leaders.

该双语信息集汇总了中国前任和现任领导人对宗教的重要论述。

RELATED RESOURCES: RELIGIOUS MINORITIES

Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities
《在民族或族裔、宗教和语言上属于少数群体的人的权利宣言》

Publication
America and the Challenges of Religious Diversity
《美国与宗教多样化的挑战》

Publication
Deng Xiaoping on China's Policy of Religious Freedom
邓小平关于宗教自由的谈话

Quote
Center for the Study of Democracy, Toleration, and Religion
民主、宽容与宗教研究中心

Organization
United Nations
联合国

Organization
Hujintao

Hu Jintao
胡锦涛

Hu Jintao was the president of the People’s Republic of China from 2003 to 2013, and also served as the general secretary of the Communist Party of China from 2002 to 2012. He was born in 1942 and rose to national prominence during the 1990s with the support of Deng Xiaoping (1976-1992), who chose Hu as Jiang Zemin’s successor. Hu presided over continued economic growth and state management designed to alleviate the social dislocations occasioned by large scale industrialization and internal migration. On his watch China’s international stature continued to grow, both in Asia and at a global level. Despite the stated goal of increased democracy, Hu’s political reforms were conservative. He continued his predecessor’s careful management of religion and promoted “religion and social harmony.” The treatment and rights of religious minorities were a consistent concern throughout his presidency.
胡锦涛在2003-2013年期间是中华人民共和国主席,2002-2012年期间为中国共产党总书记。胡锦涛生于1942年,20世纪90年代在邓小平(1976-1992年)的支持之下晋升为国家领导人,他选择胡锦涛为江泽民的接班人。胡锦涛领导经济持续发展和国家宏观调控,缓解因大规模工业化和国内移民潮所造成的社会紊乱。在其任期内,中国在亚洲和世界的国际地位稳步上升。胡锦涛的政治改革较为保守。胡锦涛延续其前任谨慎管制宗教的政策,提倡“宗教与社会和谐”。宗教少数群体的待遇和权利在其任内持续受到关注。

QUOTES

Hu Jintao on the Communist Party's Approach to Religion in China
December 20, 2007
胡锦涛关于中国共产党对待宗教的原则