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"Tell the Truth", said the premier and the former premier of China [Copy link] 中文

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On April 18, 2011, primier Wen Jiaobaosaid "We need to create the environment to let people tell the truth." in a dialogue with government advisors.

On April 21, 2011, the former primier Zhu Rongji said "tell the truth" in a dialogue in tsinghua university.

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The former primier Zhu Rongji said,
Everyday, he watches the night news of CCAV for enjoying the lies there.

I Show repsect to Zhu Rongji.

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The former primier Zhu Rongji said,

He disagree with subsidizing the car industry with such huge amount of money. he disagree with the development of buying a car with RMB 100 million.

He said, Now many poor Chinese children still can't go to school in poor mountainous area.

He criticized that too much money is invested in university, too little money is invested in elementary school.

policy faults in increasing number of university sutdents.

plagirism emerged in universities.

The mid-term and long-term planning of education is impractical.

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The night news in CCAV asserted that China is leading the world car industry.
It's B-ull-sh-i-t. Said Zhu Rongji.

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Primier Zhu sent a gift (a book) to students.
"the investigation of Chinese farmers"

This book is banned by the present censoring system.

It said that the book revealed many negative parts of the present Chinese society, So the authority banned this book.

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Luxury carmakers see golden age in China

Apr 24, 2011
Luxury carmakers see golden age in China
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Apr 24, 2011

SHANGHAI - ONE of Rolls Royce boss Torsten Muller-Otvos' most memorable auto show moments came last year in Beijing when a man walked through the crowd to the carmaker's stand and set down a suitcase.
'Millions of renminbi,' the man said of the suitcase's contents, referring to the Chinese currency.
'Really, that was amazing. He bought a Phantom,' Muller-Otvos said.

The Rolls Royce chief executive told AFP no cash buyers had come forward yet at the ongoing Shanghai auto show, but the exhibition has provided further proof for luxury carmakers that their future is in China.

Sales of luxury cars are booming, reflecting the explosion of wealth in the world's most populous country, which has 115 billionaires according to Forbes magazine's 2011 list - second only to the United States.

-- AFP
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I think it's a good news for car makers, but not a good news for China.

Chinese should know China itself first. What is and who is China?

Is it good that the luxurious way of life become a socail trend now?

Is it good that more social wealth move into the government officials' group and the present richest Chinese group; less wealth move into workers' class and farmers' class; less wealth move into middle-class's group?

What triger the present wealth movement?
Is it because government officials and richest Chinese are more honest and harworking than the rest of Chinese?

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