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Post time 2011-4-2 08:29:27 |Display all floors
In a society in relative harmony and peace,
Is Being a poor glorious?
No!

Being a poor is a shame!

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How could the poor become rich?
A society should encourage people become rich through honest hard works, from their knowledge, from their intelligence,

from ***
That is to say, should encourage people become rich by creating wealth.

A society shouldn't made people become rich through policy changes, through corruption, through government power, through

***
That is to say, should encourage people become rich not by transferring wealth from the other peoples.

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Post time 2011-4-2 08:30:18 |Display all floors
Why the rich should help the poor?
Do the rich need a safe environment?
If the rich can buy a Golden car while the poor don't have a living shelter, if the rich can enjoy huge government services

while the poor can enjoy nothing because they dont have an apartment (an independent city-hukou certificate),
Would the environment be safe?

Do the rich want to make a model of kindness, generousity, ***, for their children, their descendant?
Do the rich want to realize their life objective? contribution to the civilization (not earning more money), leave a trace

in chronicle?
And then the rich should help the poor, should do the donation.

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Post time 2011-4-2 08:31:53 |Display all floors
e Chinese National Congress Member, the richest Chinese, said,
Working as a national congress member is the donation of Chinese rich.
Paying the tax according to the rules made by the rich is their donation.
Providing the job opportunity is Chinese rich's donation.

No!
Why do they have such illusion?
Because many of the present richest Chinese made their fortune not from the knowledge, not from their intelligence, not from their hard working,
But from the privatization of government-owned assets, the privatization of government-owned houses, from the reform policy

changes,
from the wealth transferred from part of Chinese to their own pockets,

So they know the value of reform policy making,
one small policy change could bring huge wealth redistribution in China.
So they held firmly the power of policy making,
So they vowed to go on the reform, especially the privatization of government-owned assets,
So they vowed to stop part of the reform, especially the participation of policy making,
So many of them throw away Chinese citizenship,

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Post time 2011-4-2 08:49:07 |Display all floors
Is Chinese stock market a portrait of the present Chinese society?

the investors:
Most of them judge from the profits of the companies, the gross income, the development, the risks more than the rest
Most of them would sell and buy the stocks at least a year, several years.

the speculators:
Most of them judge from the inside information, government policy changes, the capital manipulation, the candle light indicators more than one company itself.
Most them would sell and buy the stock at a short time.

Nowadays, speculators made big fortunes while the investors suffered a lot.
few of Chinese made fortunes while most of Chinese suffered loss.
Most winners got the forunes from the short-term deals, the loss of most people in stock market, not from the dividend from the companies.

Is Chinese stock market a portrait of the present Chinese society?

Are many Chinese talking about around us:
"In the present modern Chinese society, being a honest hardworking Chinese would be hurt!"
"Being a Chinese, you should be alert, alert on everything, the people around you, the food, the poclies, ..."
"Being a Chinese, you should distrust anyone including the government."
"Another 2nd generation of the government officials and the rich show off their power and the wealth, ..."
"..."

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Post time 2011-4-2 08:49:40 |Display all floors
Would China go like the present Arab states, like Libya, Tunisa, Egypt, which have gained more wealth than Chinese during

the past decades, on average,
or like the present East Asian states, like Japan, South Korea, Singapore, like Chinese Hong Kong and Chinese Taiwan?

WE are looking.........

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Post time 2011-4-3 11:30:33 |Display all floors
100 million in poverty by new standard
Updated: 2011-04-02 07:14
By Chen Jia and He Dan (China Daily)
BEIJING - The number of Chinese living in poverty is expected to reach 100 million if the country decides to consider people who earn up to 1,500 yuan ($229) a year as being poor, a senior poverty alleviation official has said.
To now be deemed impoverished, a person must make less than 1,196 yuan a year.


China is expected to place an even greater emphasis on fighting poverty in 2011, said Lin Jialai, executive vice-president of the China Association of Poverty Alleviation and Development.
"The income limit determining who is poor is probably going to go up to 1,500 yuan per capita net income a year, a 25 percent increase from the poverty line of 1,196 yuan a year set in 2008," Lin was quoted by the overseas edition of People's Daily as saying on Thursday.
"In that case, China faces new challenges to fight poverty in the coming 10 years, since the new poverty limit might cause the impoverished population to expand by up to 90 million people or 100 million."
With the current income limit, more than 35.97 million people officially live in poverty in China, according to official statistics.
The number would be even larger if the limit had not lagged behind economic growth and price inflation in China, Lin said.
In pursuing its Millennium Development Goals, China has at least one achievement to be proud of: It has cut the impoverished population in half in recent years.
The poverty-income limit in China, meanwhile, has been raised five times in the past 24 years. In the same period, the country's GDP rose from 778 billion yuan to 33 trillion yuan, or by 42 fold.
China's poverty-income limit is much lower than the absolute limit set by the World Bank - which is set at $1.25 a day, or less than 456 dollars (2,986 yuan) a year.
"Raising the poverty limit will enable more people to receive financial support from the government," said Wang Sangui, a professor specializing in poverty studies under the School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development of the Renmin University of China.
"It's reasonable for China to lift its poverty limit to 1,500 yuan during its 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015) to match its rapid economic growth," Wand said, adding that the government's next goal should be to spend more money on programs meant to eliminate poverty.
Even so, Yu Jianrong, a professor of rural development at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, opposes the proposed increase in the poverty-income limit, saying China should concentrate its efforts on helping those who are destitute.
"Currently, the resources used to fight poverty are very scarce," Yu told China Daily. "It's just like a cake. The more people who share in it, the smaller will be the piece that each gets."
"This will create new inequalities for those who are in the greatest need of government subsidies, since they will benefit less from this policy change."

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