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How Chinese magazines reported the historic 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China #Sino-us.com#
Last month, China captured worldwide attention by holding its biggest and most important event in the country’s political calendar- The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC). 
 
The week-long event further consolidated President Xi Jinping’s political status by reelecting him the General Secretary of the CPC for the next five years. He also enshrined his name and doctrine, the “Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era”, into the Party’s constitution, an honor no other Chinese leaders had ever enjoyed since Chairman Mao Zedong, the founding father of the nation. 
 
While it is reported that 3,000 reporters from both inside and outside China have covered the political event, reporting angles of the Chinese media were largely identical with minor differences. The first day after the political meeting, the front pages of Chinese newspapers, either run by state or local governments, were almost the same. In comparison, the covers’ of Chinese magazines which are also strictly censored showed more diversification in terms of format, but the titles were all about the same contents.
 
 
China Today, which is published in four other languages besides Chinese, wrote on its cover: “China’s development enters into a new era.” 


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