When China stops taking the United States as a model after showing interest in following 'Western Democracy'
China's armed police banjournalists from taking pictures Under the pole with security cameras and US and Chinese flags near the ancient palace in Beijing. Before US President Donald Trump's visit
China's armed police ban journalists from taking pictures Under the pole with security cameras and US and Chinese flags near the ancient palace in Beijing. Before US President Donald Trump's visit
It's safe to say that China has seen America as its role model for about 100 years, although many members of the Communist Party of China have struggled to resist this allure. But since the 2008 global financial crisis, American democracy has lost its magic in China. And since then, Beijing has seen more evidence supporting the validity of that decision. Including from the events of Donald Trump followers who attacked the US Capitol on January 6 past.
American and foreign choices and policies can influence decisions, actions and reactions in Beijing.
The policy of the Communist Party of China  in the old days was not something that could not be engraved on it. So far it hasn't. In fact, the Communist Party's policies have been pushed forward or backward. According to the consensus developed at the highest board level.
Political democratization is one of these policies. Although this may not mean “Democracy” in the Western sense. Prior to 2008, a number of Chinese books suggested the process of democratization , one of which openly commented. “Democracy is good. Because the value that human society seeks is democracy. Democracy is worth enough for us to seek.” 
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences has conducted comprehensive research on the democratic process in Asia. and even the Party School, which is the most influential place in party theory and practice. It is also open to discussion on the form of a multiparty system.