|摘要(外文):|| This article attempts to answer the question of how China practized Dr. San Yat-sen's doctrine (The Three Principles of the People) as a model to handle its national building and economic development in the post-socialism era after 1978. In nationalism, as national communists, Chinese Communists still insisted independence of nation, autonomy of state, equality among nations in the world, anti-imperialism, and anti-colonialism. In particular, Communist China firmly adopted supreme sovereignty, one China principle and national unification to treat Cross Strait Relations between Taiwan and China.|
For democracy, post Socialist China has appeared so called village self-government, and Hu Jintao, Chairman of China also declared that power is "of the People." For livehood, Dr. Sun's doctrine has impacted vastly and deeply upon the open door policy, foreign capital investment, economic districts, socialist market economy, free ways, Changhai-Tibet Railway plateau railway, Youngze River Dam in China.In Sum, as Dr.Sun yat-sen's "revolutionary successor", Chinese Communists' nation-building and economic development has been impacted on post-Deng China by Dr. Sun doctrine.