Chinese Propaganda

Chinese propaganda won't be new to you if you've been to China. For those who haven't, here's a brief look over China's promotional tactics spreaded around its nation.

Core Values of Socialism (社會主義核心價值觀)

These are values announced by the government in 2012. There are 12 of them: 

National values

Social values

Individual values

Learn More: Wikipedia
To promote these values, China has placed multiple posters, banners and signs with these values printed:

Banner

Poster

Large Displays

Each Values Explained

Apart from propagandas with a list of values, they explain these in detail through a series of posters:

Temple

The "democracy" is different from that in western world

Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era (習近平新時代中國特色社會主義思想)

There are also posters featuring speech of President Xi. His publications can be seen all around the nation, also in some bookstores overseas.

Books

Speech

Poster

Education

Propaganda promoted the idea that minds of teenagers should be correctly shaped.

Manners

The term "civilized (文明)" is frequently used in China after a series of incident regarding behavior of Chinese tourist overseas.

The box is similar to the purpose of this box in Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan

The box on the left drops books while the box on top drops complaints.

It's unsure whether someone really checks these boxes.

National Safety

It's kinda rare to see these but they still appear in China.

Constitution

China does have a constitution, and there are banners educating the public about them:

Special fight against evil (掃黑除惡專項鬥爭)

This starts in 2018 to fight police corruption and gangs in China.

Food Safety

Every eatery in Shenzhen is given a rating (A-C with an emoji) and is forced to display it publicly. Most stalls off the street don't have good hygiene leading to a sea of red emotes.

This bubble tea chain is instead given a good food safety grade.

This doesn't have a rating in it. Hmmmmmmmmmm

Miscellaneous

Outside of China

Chinese stuff is too good to be kept inside

What about the locals?

They rarely read or comment on these posters. They just see them and walk away.
It's unknown whether these propaganda really worked.