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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

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?
VIII-2 Question: China's rapid economic development and a more influential status in the world allow more foreign students to study Chinese in the country, and make it more attractive to foreign students. What are the major advantages of studying Chinese in its birthplace?
VIII-3 Question: China's lunar exploration plans have caught the world's attention recently. How will this project be implemented? When, according to the schedule, will the Chinese be able to land on moon and establish a base there?
VIII-4: Question: Is it true, as reported, that China is constructing a Compass satellite navigation system (a global navigation positioning network), which is expected to greatly improve China's ability in accurate attacking
8-5 Question: The South Korean cloning scandal was responsible for the downfall of "scientist" Hwang Woo-suk and devastated the national R&D progress to some extent there. In 2006, China's academic authority was also occasionally challenged by similar dishonorable incidents. What measures will the Chinese Government take to curb these misdemeanors in the future?
VIII-6 Question: China is a vastly populous nation with a low per capita income and a stringent state budget. Its healthcare and insurance system, therefore, can merely offer people the most basic medical services. With respect to a healthcare safety network stretching to every citizen, what measures can we expect the government to adopt?
VIII-7 Question: Nature cures and herbal medicine are all the rage in today's world, a fact that creates a good opportunity for the promotion of Chinese traditional medicine (CTM). What should be factored into the promotional aspects, and what would China be expected to do to accelerate CTM's entry into the global market?
VIII-8 Question: Recent foreign reports have slammed China's purported organ trade, saying that organs transplanted from executed criminals are being trafficked in. How true is this, and what is China's stand on it?
VIII-9 Question: Euthanasia is in conflict with traditional Chinese beliefs, which specify that one's body, hair, and skin are gifts from the parents and cannot be destroyed at will. How do Chinese see euthanasia, and will mercy killing be legalized in China?
VIII-10 Question: It has been widely 8surmised by the international media for some time that China will change its family planning policy. Is this true? What is the current situation vis-a-vis China's population? What is the government's general strategy regarding China's population expansion, and what is the target?
VIII-11 Question: Statistics show that a disproportionate sex ratio at birth has been one of China's prominent social problems. Is this related to China's family planning policy? What is the reason behind it, and how does the Central Government plan to deal with it?
VIII-12 Question: In recent years, the Western media has gone to great lengths to emphasize the effect of China's economic development on global environment. How does China respond to this? What measures will the Chinese Government take to lessen the pollution caused by speedy economic development?
VIII-13 Q: The transportation of rubbish from developed countries to developing countries is old news. Reports say that China is the largest rubbish dump in the world. Is this true? What measures will China take to stop this?
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