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Changes of Chinese Countryside

Convert the Land for Forestry in Guizhou(20021031)

Ethnic Miao farmer Pan Laode grazes cattles on his terraced fields which he will return to woodland in southwest China's Guizhou Province Oct. 22, 2002. The local village is expected to retreat from 133 hectares of farmland by 2002 in order to protect virgin forests and develop ecological tourism. (Xinhua)

Huge Green Chinese Onion(20021018)

A representative from Zhangqiu City demonstrates huge green Chinese onion cultivated by herself at the 4th International Fruit and Vegetable Fair in Yantai, east China's Shandong Province Oct. 17, 2002. The fair is the top-level international show specializing in fruits and vegetables in China and has attracted over 30,000 participants. (Xinhua )

Bumper Tea Harvest in Guangxi(20020724)

A girl picks up tea at a tea hill covering an area of 667 hectares in Lingyun County in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region July 23, 2002. Farmers have interplanted tea with aniseed, thus increasing the ouput value by 500 percent. (Xinhua Photo/Liu Guangming)

Farmers' bird garden(20020720)

Several peacocks live happily in a "Farmers' Bird Garden" founded one year ago in Yingshang County, East-China's Anhui Province. The garden has housed over 5,000 birds of tens of kinds including some extremely rare ones.

Farmers' Bird Garden(20020719)

Several black swans live happily in a "Farmers' Bird Garden" founded one year ago in Yingshang County, East-China's Anhui Province. The garden has housed over 5,000 birds of tens of kinds including some extremely rare ones. (Xinhua Photo/Lu Xuncheng)

New Plants Tested in Oasis in Qinghai(20020712)

Farmer Wang Zhanyuan, 64, looks after the flowering plants in the greenhouse he set up to make an experiment on new ways to make money in Xiangride township, an oasis in the desert area in northwest Chian's Qinghai province. The farmers in the area find new ways to develop the local economy in cultivating cash plants other than wheat, the long prevailing crop in the oasis. (Xinhua Photo/Xie Xiudong)

Cherry Harvest in Yantai, Shangdong Province(20020531)

Farmers sell cherries at a fruit market in Yantai, East China's Shandong Province on May 31, 2002. Yantai farmers have reaped a large harvest of cherries, which are a best seller at home and abroad. The city has more than 3,300 hectares of cherry farms.

Ecological Protection (20020416)

Peasants work in a field covered with degradable plastic film aiming to protect ecological environment in Xichuan County in central China's Henan Province April 15, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Zhu Xiang) 

Young Farmers Urged to Contribute to Rural Economy(20020410)

Vice-Premier Wen Jiabao has urged young farmers across China to arm themselves with the latest technologies and practical skills in an effort to contribute to rural reforms and economic development.  

Ecological Tea Tourism(20020410)

Three women pick tea at the Jinshan Ecological Tea Tourist Garden in Wuyuan County in south China's Jiangxi Province April 9, 2002. The local authorities has encouraged peasants in developing ecological tea tourism aiming to enrich their life in recent years.(Xinhua Photo/Song Zhenping )
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