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Taking e-commerce to the countryside

China Daily,May 26, 2020 Adjust font size:

Hua Xi (right) visits a tea plantation in Yinjiang county, Guizhou province. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Hua is a member of the Dong ethnic group and wore traditional Dong attire at the meetings.

She made two proposals-launching training courses for rural entrepreneurs to learn about business and financial management, and formulating rules and regulations for the cinnabar industry.

Hua is presenting new proposals at this year's NPC. They are a pension project for rural China's elderly, the standardization of products sold online and the promotion of rural culture through livestreams hosted by well-known cultural-heritage practitioners.

"There is a great room to expand e-commerce in rural areas. What we care about is beyond profit. Behind the scenes of the shiny world of e-commerce, we want more people to learn about rural China. More people will return to their hometowns to make changes," Hua adds.

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