China social network

Communist Party is China's ultimate social network

Chinese people's rights and obligations are determined by their social connections, not their class.
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Xi Jinping: China's top networker
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“It’s easier for a young man to find girlfriends if he is a Communist Party member,” said Liang Wengen, chairman of Sany Group, outlining the benefits of joining the Chinese Communist Party at the 18th Communist Party Congress.

“The party members’ girlfriends tend to be prettier than those of non-members so I wanted to become a party member since I was young,” said Liang, who is China’s wealthiest man and, apparently, a party member.

His blunt comments reflect the truth. China is a network-based society in which people’s rights and obligations are firstly determined by family. Not everyone is lucky enough to be born to rich and...

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