EDITOR'S DESK
Not Just New Buildings
  
 



 
VOL.49 NO.14 APR.06 2006
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  Cover Story  
China's agricultural sector, long the backbone of the country's economy and society, has not yielded to previous government restructuring efforts, as rural areas remain poor and living standards low.
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Fourth Session 10th National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference

PEOPLE & POINTS

A Man With a Plan

 

VIEWPOINT

Harmony in Development

More Stories
NATION
Dawn of a New Countryside
Revitalizing the farm sector is top priority
New Socialist Countryside--What Does It Mean?
Views on implementing the government's plan
Developing the New Countryside
A look at a village that has set a development example
Online Survivors
Internet cafes deal with more stringent rules
WORLD
A Model for International Relations
China-Russia relationship reflects strategic coordination based on trust
'Friendship Always, Antagonism Never'
Launching Year of Russia in China
Does Being a Big Power Mean Paying a Big Bill?
Are political motives behind Japan's desire to reduce UN payments?
Break the Deadlock
Improving relations among China, Japan and the United States
Pains and Gains
Benefits for the United States from the Iraq war
BUSINESS
Using Less Oil
Growth in fuel use slows, but does it reflect a drop in demand or tighter supply?
Rolling Along
Two high-speed rail projects get the green light
Immobile TV
Chinese cell phone producers reluctant to enter video arena
State of the Market
FORUM
Can Low-Price Hospitals Ease the High Cost of Medical Services?
EXPAT'S EYE
Don't Cry, Just Pay
Taxing disposable chopsticks
 
 
HOLD IT RIGHT
Liu Fengcheng, a local Chinese, was invited to insturct Kenyan students of the Confucius Institute at the University of Nairobi in the correct usage of a brush when writing Chinese calligraphy.
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