China’s way to progress
The world has changed its attitude because it has realized it past mistake of not giving China its due place in the world. Moreover, it feels political guilt complex for keeping China out of the U.N. for a long time
In China, the average size of farming concerns is growing through a system of communes, with sub-divisions into production brigades and teams, but most of the peasants are involved in farming. They use local machines. Their agriculture is incorporated in local industry.
The Chinese follow Mao Tse-Tung’s maxim: “Rely in your own forces.” They use local machines as they are superior to and cheaper than the foreign machines. They can simulate the revolutionary spirit among the masses. Moreover, they can be promptly prepared when needed.
A Chinese student spends a very busy day. She gets up very early in the morning, does some domestic work and goes to school. She has a short break and their she returns home for lunch. She does her homework at school and reads newspaper to keep herself aware of the national and international situation. In free time, she plays with her fellows.
Chinese women play an important role in their national development. They enjoy free hospitalization and many other social security benefits. They are determined to keep pace with men. They lack femininity from the western point of view.
In the agriculture communes, housing is free whereas, in cities workers are housed in factories. Small expenses such as cinema, theatre, haircuts, are almost free. All medical and hospital treatment is entirely free. Each factory has a cafeteria where workers can eat three meals a day at a small amount. In old age, they get adequate pensions also.
Mao means to say that people with their capabilities, dedication and hard work play a decisive role in national development. Men develop things and not vice versa. He thinks that people can work in a team and can make their nation strong.