Chinese President Xi Jinping’s “China Dream” slogan has attracted much attention. It should. The remarks and actions by a rising power’s new leader normally attract attention because they provide clues about where he intends to lead his country. Xi’s “China Dream” is meant as the vision for China over the next decade and, perhaps, longer. Its significance for international relations remains uncertain, but at a time when many are linking an assertive Chinese foreign policy to the revival of sinocentrism the prospect that the “rejuvenation” of a “humiliated” country is embodied in Xi’s vision is a big concern.