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Post time 2010-12-26 09:22:13 |Display all floors

keep the same modest and prudent as what government did at initial reform stage

It said that Mainland China government plan to raise poverty threshold, the net income per year, from the present 1,196 to 1500 RMB in 2012. That is to say, our government consider Mainland China have enough national revenue to help a little more people than before. For example: 5,05 Million can get help from government in Guizhou province now. On the basis of the plan, 10 Million People will be recognized as Poverty in 2012, and certainly, The number of the people, which can get government relief, is doubled next year. However, I was shocked that $1.25 net income per day is the recomended poverty threshold by World Bank. $1.2 net income per day is the poverty threshold of India. in the contrast, the new plan 1500RMB per year, that is, $0.6 net income per day is our poverty threshold in the coming new year.

The long-term mislead positive official propagada create a lot delusion. and the fact is revealed from the raising poverty threshold that Mainland China is too poor to disscuss "super power." We should still keep the same modest and prudent as the beginning of the reform in 1980s to continue to learn a lot from Taiwan, HK, Singapore and South Korea, Japan and the west.

the data is from singapore LiaoHe ZaoBao reports

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China say no to Super power

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descendants and relatives of officials can inherit their government position?

Is it really a pevailing phenomena that descendants and relatives of government officials can inherit their government position?

I read a news report this morning:

a journalist heard that Government approved the appeal from a local official for providing a position in Finance Bureau to his children, a student at school, and then the journalist phoned one of the top government leaders. the government leaders confirmed that the appeal was approved, and acknowledged it is a pervailing phenomena.

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Post time 2010-12-26 11:15:40 |Display all floors
Originally posted by Wahahaha at 2010-12-26 10:55
1.The West is 100% aware that China is just a developing country with a huge population of poverty to feed.  Many countries are apprehensive of her potential and a few are convinced that China's rise must be contained.
2.the more successful their policies are, the more external pressure we can expect.
3.Chinese and Chinese officials should review their attitude and "profile" when handling foreign affairs or interacting with foreigners. Arrogance should be avoided at all costs.  An arrogant army can never hope to win any battle, as they say.  

I agree with the above1.2.3 of your reply

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Post time 2010-12-27 11:33:51 |Display all floors

Reply #15 exportedkiwi's post

USA is only doing what it chooses for it's path!

A large nation or empire can choose to be a "Queen of Hearts", "Queen of Power" or "Brother among Fellas" - The Fella trying to make a living with his fellow man!

Just an ordinary bloke, who's "looking out" for each other!

cheeerios!

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