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Pathway to Prosperity: China's Poverty Alleviation with a Case Study of Shanxi Province Editotial Board

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Language: English
Page: 406
Publication Date: 07/2020
ISBN: 9787119123004
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The reportage is a comprehensive reflection about the new round of poverty alleviation in Shanxi Province after the 18th CPC National Congress. The three authors spent six months in 21 of the 58 provincial poverty-stricken counties, including 10 counties in deep poverty. Having conducted a number of interviews and surveys, they write up the reportage that covers identification of poverty-stricken population, relocation, and poverty alleviation through industrial development, financing, health, education and ecological development initiatives. In plain and simple language, the authors tell about the stories of the poor people, their joys and sorrows, and the commitment and persistence of those engaging in poverty alleviation. They show the readers the amazing achievements of poverty alleviation in China.

About Author
Lu Shunmin, was born in 1965 in Hequ, Shanxi Province. Now he works with Shanxi Literature Monthly. He has published prose collections such as The Ancient Ferry at the Yellow River, Seeing 84 Martyrs Home, Farmers in the World, and long biographies Pan Jiazheng and Zhu Bofang in addition to the reportages including Pathway to Prosperity: Poverty Alleviation Stories in Shanxi Province and Zhaojiawa: The Disappearance and Rebirth of a Village. He has won Zhao Shuli Literature Award, Bing Xin Prose Award, and Ordos Literature Award of Chinese Writers, etc.

Yang Yao, was born in 1975 in Dai County, Shanxi Province. Now he works with Shanxi Writers Association. He has published novels such as My Second Younger Brother s Blockhouse, The Hardened Knife, The Passing of the Village, The Fleeting Years, The Shining Railway Track, and The So[t Light of Buddha. He has won Zhao Shuli Literature Award, October Literature Award, Shanghai Literature Award, Shanxi Literature Award, Yellow River Novel Award, and Annual Pure Novel Gold Award, etc.

Chen Kehai, was born in 1982 in Xuan'en, Hubei Province. Now he works with Shanxi Literature Monthly. He has published a collection of novels, such as Innocent Life, Moral Animal, Almost Spring, and The Footrest Box. He has won Zhao Shuli Literature Award, Mangyuan Literature Award and The First Tujia Literature Award.

 
Table of Contents
Introduction

Chapter 1 "Precision" as the Key Word
From "Flood irrigation" to "Drip Irrigation"
The Woman Addressed as "Elder Sister" by General Secretary
From "Blood Transfusion" to "Hematopoiesis"
The "Red" Land

Chapter 2 At the Forefront of Anti-Poverty Fight
The Officials Meeting in a Freezing Night
The Official like a "Flying Pigeon"
The Daughter from the Big Mountain
The Symposium Attended by the Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee
Liang Bao, "The Luliang Man"
Secretaries of "Honesty" and "Benevolence"

Chapter 3 New "Fields of Hope"
Like a Spray of Pear Blossoms in Spring Rain
Pastoral Song in the Mountain
The Rooftop "Bank"

Chapter 4 Green Waves on the Loess Plateau
Unveil the Mystery of Nangeduo Village
"Jujube Spirit"
Perseverant and Unremitting Efforts

Chapter 5 In and Out of Mountains
"Earn Money to Buy a Laptop for My Daughter"
"The Nursing Industry"
The Return of the Tailor
International Brands from the Mount2uns

Chapter 6 Help the Poor and the Needy,
Poor Households Afflicted by Diseases of the Rich
The Maximum Guarantee
A Hospital on the Motorcycle

Chapter 7 Education Is a Long and Arduous Process
A Different Kind of Poverty
Not-So-Simple Expenses
Great Schools inside the Mountains
Twinning and Support
……

Chapter 8 "New Farming Too"
Chapter 9 Send Away Poverty and Welcome Prosperity

Afterword
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