The collection is an extensive compilation of Xi Jinping's sayings, writings and commentaries on respecting and protecting human rights. Six editions of the book were recently published, as reported by Xinhua News Agency, a partner of TV BRICS.
The publishers aim to help overseas readers understand Xi Jinping's fundamental positions on human rights and summarise China's important practices in this area.
Through the book, readers will also be able to familiarise themselves with Beijing's proposed solutions to advance global human rights governance.
Last year, the Central Compilation and Translation Publishing House published Chinese-English, Chinese-French, Chinese-Russian, Chinese-Spanish and Chinese-Japanese editions.
Observers said the book will help ensure that China's views on human rights are better understood by the rest of the world, to communicate the country's positions to a wide range of people.
While continuously carrying out domestic work on human rights, China has also taken action to advance global human rights governance, making it more just, reasonable and inclusive.
This was revealed in a report jointly published by the China Society for Human Rights Studies and the Xinhua News Agency think tank. It emphasises that China has consistently and responsibly participated in United Nations human rights issues. The country actively participates in international mechanisms, is an active supporter of exchanges and cooperation and an important advocate of reform, said the report.Photo: China Daily