Why does communism work in China?
Communism has never existed in the People's Republic of China.
The official economic model utilized in China is the "Socialist market economy" or "Socialism with Chinese characteristics", which is actually just a state capitalist economy based on state-owned enterprises and free-markets.
The government of China is run by the Communist Party, but that says nothing about the actual system over which the government presides over. Many high-ranking Communist party members are actually wealthy capitalists.
The countries that are using Communism are Laos, China, Vietnam, and Korea. Communism is based on Marxism, that the government controls all production and Communism itself means "Everyone owns every thing another person has". this would lead to dictatorship. even though, the countries that use communism would end up with a good economy since everyone is willing to work for the gowernment
Though China is a communist government, it is not as bad is it is portrayed. When the Russians brought communism to China, it was meant to follow the original purpose (Yes, communism can be good if you apply it in the right way). However, China has become more of a capitalist country than that of a communist one. There are less harsh working conditions and people are free to an open market.
A number of Communist regimes fell and were replaced by democracies in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which occurred because of the fall of the Soviet Union. Most Soviet Satellite countries, such as the Eastern bloc (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria) and Mongolia in Central Asia have successfully transitioned to capitalist democracies. With the exception of the Baltic former Soviet Republics (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), which also transitioned well to democracies, the former…