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PEOPLE & POINTS
2005 No.9
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When Wu Ming, a publishing house editor, arrived at this year’s Beijing Book Fair on January 20, he was taken aback not only by the huge crowds in attendance, but also the stylish design of exhibition booths and great number of new titles on display. Much more organized and professionally run than previous Beijing Book Fairs, the largest fair of its kind in the country, this year saw 1,935 booths wedged into the International Exhibition Center,
 

 
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The Price of Education
Low-income households struggle to pay fees
Evaluating the Modern Student
Traditional tests overlook many talents
     
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>> Sending Buses not Bullets
 
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  WEEKLY WATCH
 

Red Lantern Night
Colorful lanterns light up the night at Baotuquan Park in Jinan,
 
VIEWPOINT
Mending Military Fences
 
  BUSINESS
 
 

>> Flying High at Rock Bottom Prices
Airline competition causes ticket prices to fall
 
>> It’s in the Mail
China Post offers more reliable service
 
>> 3G Spring Is in the Air
China prepares to open the telecom market
 
>> Legal Ease: Outsourcing Manufacturing Operations to China
 
>> State of the Market
 
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Should Golden Week Holidays Be Cancelled?
From September 1999, the Chinese Government extended the Spring Festival, May 1 (International Labor Day) and October 1 (National Day) to seven

 
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