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  President Xi’s charismatic leadership- Good luck to Pakistan
   
 
BEIJING, June 17 (INP): President Xi Jinping’s charismatic leadership, is evident from his Belt and Road’s initiative, that is a hope of shared destiny and a journey towards peace and prosperity Worldwide. Analysts here are confident that the leadership of President Xi will serve as a driving force to make the World's connectivity plan successful to ensure a better future. Good luck to Pakistan that it is becoming the main beneficiary of B&R’s initiative due to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that is its pilot and major project. According to the Chinese media, a new look at President Xi Jinping's charismatic style and thoughts about China will open a fresh window on his leadership as a book of anecdotes and sayings he has mentioned in his speeches and articles is already gaining widespread interest from bookstores and the public just days after publication. The book, Anecdotes and Sayings of Xi Jinping, is also winning over literary critics with its informal look on the challenges facing 21st century leadership. "President Xi Jinping's public speaking style has two characteristics — it is highly persuasive and has a strong cultural appeal. Reading this book, I'm reminded of his unique charisma," said Kang Zhen, a professor at the School of Chinese Language and Literature of Beijing Normal University. The book, with 109 stories, was edited by the Editorial Department of People's Daily and was published on June 8. To facilitate understanding, editors wrote a short article after every story with the background and the context in which Xi used it. The book ranked second on Friday's daily best-seller list in the category of political and military books on Jingdong, one of China's largest online retailers. Lu Xinning, deputy editor-in-chief of People's Daily, said bookstores are waiting in line at the printing plant for the book. Li Chunsheng, deputy chief of People's Publishing House, the publisher of the book, said though it has been just one week since the book's issue, some foreign publishers have contacted them about overseas circulation. Kang said he was especially impressed by the way Xi told the storyConstant Dripping Wears Away a Stonein an article written in 1990, when Xi was secretary of the Ningde Prefectural Committee of the Communist Party of China in Fujian province, a place known for poverty at that time. In the article, Xi said he witnessed a stone worn away by dripping during his young adulthood. "Applied to humankind, it is the perfect embodiment of the personality that rises to fight, one after another, and to sacrifice bravely," Xi wrote. He said in the long process of developing a poor region, people should not seek their own high station but to strive for drips of progress and be willing to become a steppingstone to final success. Yang Zhenwu, president of People's Daily, wrote in the book's preface that it is a tradition and outstanding ability of leaders of the Communist Party of China to tell stories. He cited Chairman Mao Zedong, one of the founders of the Party, as an example. "One story beats a dozen arguments," Yang wrote. "Theory is gray, but stories are colorful." The purpose of the book is to help readers understand the way to manage state affairs, and to write new stories of China together, Yang wrote. INP/J/AH/LK
 
 
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