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Post time 2009-3-10 21:20:45 |Display all floors
AS china is on his way to become a super power .how do you  as a individual citizen help in the transformation?

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Post time 2009-3-11 02:46:00 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 498923909 at 2009-3-10 21:20
AS china is on his way to become a super power .how do you  as a individual citizen help in the transformation?

Super power?

Being Transformed into a super power is a scary thing

Maybe people are more willing to see China being transformed into a highly civilized, loving and developed nation

The kindest and wealthiest country on our planet earth

In which wealth is being distributed evenly and fairly!



I believe

Raising the standards of living for all Chinese in China

Is still the number one goal in the mind of many Chinese people!



One suggestion!

People from rural areas after getting rich in the cities

Can always return to their villages

Use their new found wealth (knowledge and financial power) to develop their home Infrastructures

Are they willing to do it?       :)

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Post time 2009-3-11 09:59:47 |Display all floors
Originally posted by yuanxinshen at 2009-3-11 08:54
for me, i don't buy private car.there are too many cars on the road. i only take on bus.i don't like drive.it make me brain tired.

for me it is not
I would like to buy a car
i am now working to earn money  to buy my car one day
just one thing
i am afriad of traffic jam

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Post time 2009-3-11 10:49:21 |Display all floors
Originally posted by thunderbird at 2009-3-11 02:46

Super power?

Being Transformed into a super power is a scary thing

Maybe people are more willing to see China being transformed into a highly civilized, loving and developed nation

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you're right...it's the ultimate goal for a country, every country, to be harmoniously powerful, providing its people with high-standard living conditions and social stability~~

To change a certain mindset is hard, extremely hard when a large population of Chinese is concerned. Rural people dreaming to go work and live in big cities are at some point disappointed in developing his or her own hometown which is just way backward and closed-minded for them to make any distinct differences~~~

Education is the principle. To teach people the merit of contribution, of sharing, of striving for better life, better city, better country is the only way out~

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Post time 2009-3-11 11:25:49 |Display all floors
Originally posted by thunderbird at 2009-3-11 02:46

Super power?

Being Transformed into a super power is a scary thing

Maybe people are more willing to see China being transformed into a highly civilized, loving and developed nation

The k ...



Good comments~~

During waring period,the rural areas were encompassing cities step by step~~finally CPC defeated KMT and controlls the mainland~~

Now in the great developing process of economy along with democracy,cities begin to nurture rural areas,which have already nourished urban areas for sevral decades~~

This is called interdependence of our people who will of course push our great motherland striding ahead!!

The renewal of Chinese nation is approaching~~

Heavens bless you & me!

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Post time 2009-3-11 11:28:52 |Display all floors
Originally posted by iamnaive at 2009-3-10 21:23


Is this something electric ?




you'd say--"Is this someting ELECTRIFIED"?



anyway,this is the pride of a common Chinese for his developing motherland~~

I shore him up by my hug & handshaking
Heavens bless you & me!

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