Here's something you don't see much of, at least not translated into English: indigenous social-democratic thinking from China, in particular making the case for social security as freedom. Welfare in China is currently localised and largely restricted to urban residents, so levelling the playing field via a truly national system also ties in to hukou reform.
I recall Qin Hui making similar points a few years back, but despite the obvious relevance of such thinking it doesn't seem to make much headway, maybe because of the fact that the issue in China is so overwhelmingly the problem of the state that the proposition that it suddenly comes over all Norwegian lacks a degree of immediate credibility. But that ties into the other point being made here, namely that how governments behave is at least partly conditioned by the political goods they provide.
Anyway, I hope we see more of this: current semi-autonomous political tendencies, going from right to left, start out from free market-liberal and then head straight over to altermondialist New Left and from there to neo-Maoism. There are also at least two active fascist strains (Han racial essentialism and a sort of Chinese pan-Aryanism put forward in books like Wolf Totem). Raising high the banner of Clem Attlee, apart from being something I'm personally sympathetic to, fills out the political spectrum nicely.