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Scent of success (5)

(China Daily)

09:23, May 23, 2012

As China's rural demographics evolve, many more changes will happen. Perhaps the rest of the country can learn from the Bajie farmers' willingness to innovate, and also from the way the local authorities come out in support. They turned what was a losing proposition into a winner, and that's the true scent of success.

What's next? We are going back to sample the black truffles soon, at the invitation of Li and his team. You can bet they are already hatching more plans for another new industry.

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