851 editsJoined 12 March 2023

BornPeople's Republic of China
NationalityChinese (Han)
Political orientationMarxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought - Socialism with Chinese Characteristics

Hello all, I am a citizen of the People's Republic of China. Depending on the time of year, I will be out of the country continuing my further education. I am an editor on ProleWiki primarily pertaining to topics such as Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, China, the CPC and Chinese Marxists. Hopefully I will be able to shine a light on the PRC and it's socialist system so Non-Chinese Marxists can better understand the PRC, it's economic system and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics.

My Magnum Opus, my essay + the socialist market economy article:

Mainly my thing is working on China (obviously), my essay is a constant work in progress, something which started on in March. It has gone under many revisions and it is broadly "finished". But I want it to be a sort of "master source" people can use, with multiple academic papers, book excerpts and quotes cited inside, I want it to be a comprehensive argument, something that "flows well". Almost like a book in a sense, it is quite long, as the time of this editing it takes longer than 150 minutes to read the whole thing and more than 22,000 words.

In function and form, the "Why China is not Capitalist" essay is an extension of the Socialist Market Economy article, which goes over more of the "Marxist Pol-Econ" while the Socialist Market Economy is more a listing of facts. Both of which, I am the primary if not sole contributor when it comes to the information/facts contained within. Though of course, the "Why China is not Capitalist" essay is much more fleshed out (especially in regards to debunking the "Corporatist" allegations) and such. I do consider this my magnum opus, my greatest project. The main reason to why I created this is basically because I didn't feel like when I was debating or arguing with people or trying to educate people that I would constantly have to dig up sources or reformulate my arguments. So, I wrote an essay I can send to people to read, with parts I can screenshot and take chunks out to iterate a point.

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