Here are stories illustrating the struggle endured by millions of people in China. Successful endings can provide strong incentives to conceive and implement such creative policies and strategies in order to improve people's livelihoods.            【中文】
  • China has been trying hard to reduce poverty and has set the goal of completely eradicating absolute poverty by 2020. One of the key issues in the battle against poverty is how to identify the poverty population. In southwest China’s Guizhou province, there is a place which has adopted a “four criteria” evaluation system to identify people who need help.

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  • "At the beginning I could only do odd jobs, then I started to learn skills and could earn up to 800 yuan per month. The work here is not tiring,it's much easier than farming and I can take care of my family," said Gao Xiuying.

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  • Tuhao, a poor village in northwest China’s Gansu province, lacked agricultural diversity due to its poor access to information, its lack of transport facilities and the villagers' old-fashioned thinking.

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  • Xu Lihua, a girl whose name means beautiful flower in Chinese, comes from a family withextreme difficulty in Hainan province. Hermother is blind, and when she was 14 years oldshe had to drop out of school becauseher father could nolongerafford her tuition due to a work-related injury.

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  • Yang Yang, a 22-year-old man helped his fellow villagers sell their honey on a live-streaming platform. This seems mundane enough, but only a short time ago it was unimaginable in such a“Cliff Village.”

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  • “The poor households like mine are all shareholders of this scenic spot. Our incomes have increased a lot and I am now living a better life, I can afford better clothing, things that were unimaginable a few years ago,” said Chang Ying.

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  • Pujiang county’s success fully shows the charm of agricultural technology, and also paves the way forward for people who are still living under the poverty line.

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  • “I hope my experience in starting up businesses can be helpful to other people and encourage more disabled workers to enjoy their life by relying on their own hard work,banding together to get rid of poverty and striving for a more prosperous life,”Ye said.

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  • “I went through tough years in the beginning,but I am making money now.It’s not a business which can beaccomplishedbyapersonalone, it needs to be a whole industry chain where all can join.Only in this way can we do marketing in a more professional way. I am now trying my best to help people around me to earn a better living,” Said Li Hongqing.

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  • "We set up the Xingmin Cooperative in 2014. Helped by some successful business people, the cooperative imports Vietnamese goods across the border and sells them to Chinese customers.

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  • ​Lan Lin started learning the embroidery from the seniors when she was still a child. “If this craft of our ethnic group becomes lost in our hands, I will feel extremely guilty about it, I think we should keep this heritage alive and develop it,” said her.

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