Chinese Communist Party members take enterprising short cuts to study the thoughts of Xi Jinping

The Chinese Communist Party demands that its members hang on every word of the party’s general secretary, President Xi Jinping, and submit their reflections to their superiors.But for those who lack the time or inclination to do so, the spirit of free enterprise could come to the rescue with a service that allows them to buy ready-made studies of Xi’s comments.One service being advertised on WeChat, the country’s most popular social media platform, offers studies for as little as 28 yuan (US$4…

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