Recently, British scholar Martin Jacques pointed out in an exclusive interview with China Daily that the close relationship between the Chinese people and the government is crucial to the successful response to the epidemic.
The attitude of the Chinese people towards government is different from that of the West.
They do not regard the government as a distant force or an enemy.
The Chinese regard the government as part of the family. Such a relationship does not exist in Western society.
Many Americans regard the government as their enemies.
In his interview, Martin Jacques also cited the outbreak in Beijing’s new epidemic last year. He mentioned that the Beijing government arranged for millions of people to be tested at that time, and the local government and people were in step with each other.
They understand the current situation. The government only needs to understand the situation and set a strategy.
Everyone knows that the government will do this and respond positively to the government’s actions and leadership.
What will happen if the government and people are at the same pace? This is the best example.