|Mar. 22, 2018 -- President Xi Jinping's important speech delivered on Tuesday reflected his people-centered philosophy of governance as well as his commitment to building a community of a shared future for humankind, analysts said.
Zhu Lijia, a professor of public management at the Chinese Academy of Governance, said Xi's speech showed his deep love for the people, his spirit of serving the people and his sense of responsibility to bring a happier life to the people.
The people-centered governance philosophy is the core of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, he said.
Ruan Zongze, executive vice-president of the China Institute of International Studies, said that Xi's speech not only focused on the Chinese people, but also stressed the importance of creating benefits for the whole of humankind.
"On domestic issues, he has spoken extensively of improving the people's livelihoods, and on international issues, his people-centered philosophy is key to improving global governance," he said.
Xi has stressed the importance of building a community of a shared future for humankind on different occasions in recent years, and the proposal has met with an international consensus, he added.
Xi's speech also emphasized the openness of China's foreign policy, Ruan said, adding that China's development and opening-up not only benefits its own people but also benefits the development of other countries and their people.
Wang Yiwei, a professor of international studies at Renmin University of China, said that through such proposals as the Belt and Road Initiative, China is creating more opportunities for the world, he said.
"The Belt and Road Initiative emphasizes synergy rather than replacement or confrontation," he said. The synergy between China and other countries or international organizations will have the effect of "one plus one is greater than two".