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'Harmonious Society' Goes High-Tech
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Chinese Internet operators are working to promote the political philosophy of a "harmonious society" through a new online competition.

Under the slogan of "building a harmonious society guided by the scientific thinking on development," members of the public are invited to submit related articles, photographs, and video clips for a top prize of 5,000 yuan.

The competition is being co-sponsored by all 188 Chinese news and entertainment portal sites licensed by the State Council to publish news, including and, and will run from August 3 to September 20.

There are no restrictions to the age, region, or nationality of the participants and both individuals and groups can take part in the competition, an official with the organizing committee said.

According to the organizing committee, many works including articles and photos have been uploaded to the portals already.

"Social development can be perceived from details of people's lives displayed in their photos and written articles," the official said.

An indicator of the heart-warming nature of the competition could be seen in a series of photos entitled "Love sent her back school" displayed at They tell the story of a student named Li Dongmei who has recovered from disease with assistance from her classmates and public donations.

According to President Hu Jintao's New Year speech, 2007 is an important year in building a socialist harmonious society under the guidance of the scientific thinking on development advocated by the Chinese central leadership.
(Xinhua News Agency August 15, 2007)

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