Re­port to fo­cus on Guizhou’s new anti-poverty cam­paign

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - PAGE TWO -

The Bei­jing In­ter­na­tional Wed­ding Expo will be held on Satur­day and Sun­day at the China Na­tional Con­ven­tion Cen­ter. About 2,000 exhibitors will take part in the show, which will fea­ture all things wed­ding — from dress and jewelry to pho­tog­ra­phy and event plan­ning. Prod­ucts and ser­vices such as fur­ni­ture and car rentals will also be on of­fer at the show. Ad­mis­sion fee is 25 yuan ($3.60).

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Le­qun is a re­mote and poor vil­lage in Gui zhou prov­ince. Nearly 10 per­cent of Le­qun’s 4,000 res­i­dents are dis­abled — far higher than China na­tional dis­abil­ity rate 6.5 per­cent. With an an­nual in­come less than 4,000 yuan, most peo­ple there live be­low the poverty line. Adopt­ing an in­no­va­tive “com­pany+farm­ers+base” model, the prov­ince has launched a new anti-poverty cam­paign. Un­der the plan, farm­ers be­come share­hold­ers of a com­pany with land in­vest­ment. Next week, China Daily will re­lease an in-depth re­port on the pro­gram.

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