Great dreams are not something you can wait for or shout at, but something you can spell out and do. What we are now in is a time when a boat is traveling more quickly in mid-stream and people are traveling more steeply in mid-mountain. It is a time when it becomes more and more difficult, more dangerous and more dangerous, but if we do not make progress, we will retreat and have to make progress. Reform and opening up have gone through thousands of mountains and rivers, but we still need to travel through mountains and rivers. The mission before the whole Party and the people of all nationalities is more glorious, the task is more arduous, the challenge is more severe and the work is greater. In this age of thousands of sails and hundreds of rivalries, we must not be a little proud, complacent, stubborn, or hesitant. We must lead the great struggle, the great project, the great cause, the great dream, the courageous tide and the courageous struggle.