Hello and welcome to the 26th issue of Beijing Review.
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Tapping Into the Sea is about Shandong Province and its upgrades for the new era. As a major agricultural province, it is revitalizing rural areas and it has rich marine resources that are being developed. This includes areas of marine pharmacology, engineering and scientific research, and plans to build National Marine Ranch Demonstration Zones.
The Legacy of Reform is about a small Anhui village that catalyzed reform and opening up, and its relevance 40 years later. Two generations of one family created economic success across the years, all rooted in public service via the Communist Party’s village committee and its agricultural heritage.
Confidence and Resolve analyzes the strategy and reasoning behind the U.S. determination to start a trade war with China. Recent moves to impose more tariffs on trade with China has increased trade tensions and made it clear that the U.S. is more focused on impeding China’s progress, despite collateral damage that could inflict the U.S. China is determined to uphold its broad vision of the future with confidence.
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