I have been a bit skeptical of all of Brown's article regarding China because they seem to be excessively positive. Brown sounds to me like a China booster. I have also been skeptical that China can by offering cheap labor for capitalists to exploit remain untouched by the whole culture of capitalism. And, in addition, there is the further problem of alarming pollution that China has exhibited by being the "workshop of the world". Still, with the paucity of accurate information about China that Western corporate media offers, I think we need occasionally to read Brown's reports with a critical eye.
The following is probably the editor's introduction to the article:
Despite the Western empire’s banner of democracy in China, communism is working well in its society. The article discusses how China’s socioeconomic and geopolitical advances since 1949 can be attributed to its unique version of democracy.