Study on the Xiangxian Council in Chinese Rural Governance in the Post-poverty Era


  • Ziyang Wang



Rural Governance; Xiangxian Councils; Post-poverty Era.


At present, Chinese society is in the stage of a decisive victory in building a moderately prosperous society in all respects. By 2020, all the existing impoverished counties and people in China will exit the ranks of poverty. As China enters the Post-poverty era, the issue of rural governance will become the key to a sustainable poverty alleviation in rural areas. As a new type of social organization, Xiangxian councils play an important role in rural governance. This research studied the existing problems of the Xiangxian Council in rural governance to promote Xiangxian’s participation and practice in rural governance.


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How to Cite

Wang, Z. (2021). Study on the Xiangxian Council in Chinese Rural Governance in the Post-poverty Era. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 14, 305-307.