Chinese love 'Xiaokang', but what is it?

Updated: Oct 28, 2020 Print
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People who follow Chinese news will often find the phrase Xiaokang. It's not a nickname like Xiao Wang. It's actually a goal, a development goal that encapsulates Chinese people's aspirations for a better life.

Where did the term originate from? Who first popularized the term in its current usage? Why is it of such a profound significance for China's development over the years?

Watch the video to learn about it!

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