According to the resolution on major achievements and historical experience of the Communist Party of China (CPC) over the past century, the CPC must be committed to a people-centered philosophy of development, develop "whole-process people's democracy," and ensure it is the people who run the country. What does China's "whole-process people's democracy" mean? How is it different from the democracy in the West? And how is this concept put into practice? Dr. Kuhn tells more.