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Chapter I. Political democracy and political parties
Chapter II. Reform and society
Chapter III. Religion, human rights, Tibet and Taiwan
Chapter IV. Diplomacy and national defense
Chapter V. Economic development and enterprises
Chapter VI. Opening up policy and foreign direct investment
Chapter VII. Finance, foreign exchange and insurance
Chapter VIII. Education, science, health and environment
Chapter IX. People's life
Chapter X. Agriculture, rural areas and farmers
The 11th Five-Year Plan
China Through a Lens
China Statistics
Province View
China's Political System
Ethnic Minorities in China
China's Religious Affairs
China Quick Facts
China's War on Poverty
Government White Papers

In response to China's rising national strength and growing influence in international affairs, a "China fever"has been raging worldwide since 2005. Despite the star status of China on the international stage, it is evident that, due to differences in terms of culture and value, many foreigners still have misunderstandings about the country. Answers to their questions can be found in this feature which consists of 10 chapters separately devoted to various topics.
I-1 Question: How is China proceeding in seeking government openness? What will the Chinese government do to ensure that citizens, corporations, other organizations and foreigners staying in China have convenient and timely access to government information?
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II-1 Question: As part of China's effort in political reform, the Chinese government is energetically pushing forward the reform of its administrative system. What is the basic goal of the reform? On which aspects have reform efforts been focused?
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III-1 Question: The United States again put China and some other countries on the list of "countries of particular concern" in its annual "International Religious Freedom Report" for 2006 for alleged "lack of religious freedom." How does China respond to this? What is the real situation of religious freedom there?
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IV-1 Question: In 2005, Chinese President Hu Jintao proposed the concept of constructing a harmonious world at the plenary meeting of the United Nations. What does a harmonious world mean to China's diplomacy? What efforts will China make to construct a harmonious world?
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V-1 Question: In the Fifth Plenary Session of the 10th National People's Congress held in March 2007, Premier Wen Jiabao described China's determination to maintain "sound and rapid" economic growth rather than "rapid and sound" growth. What does this imply for the future direction of economic growth?
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VI-1 Question: Tianjin Binhai New Area is a showcase for regional economic development. What is its appeal to foreign investors? What are the development plans for the area?
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VII-1 Question: Since December 11, 2006, China has been fully open to foreign banks. But a constant question being asked is why China encourages foreign banks to incorporate locally? In terms of supervision over foreign banks, what principles will China follow?
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VIII-1 Question: Despite a surge in Chinese studies abroad, people have little knowledge about the Confucius Institutes that China has been greatly promoting in recent years. What lies behind the launch of these institutes? What further strategies will be taken in promoting Chinese teaching overseas?
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IX-1 Question: China is now accelerating its urbanization. What development pattern will China choose? What problems will arise in the process of urbanization and how will they be solved?
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X-1 Question: Why does Chinese government give top priority to the development of modern agriculture in its New Countryside Construction Program? What are the main ideas of the process and what measures will be taken to promote modern agriculture construction?
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