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Screenshot at Chinese news on 12th January 2011. about Liu Zhijun.

Screenshot from Chinese news on 12th Feburary, 2011, Liu Zhijun.

Liu Zhinjun was the Minister of Railways in the People's Republic of China from 2003 to 2011. Liu was dismissed as Minister on February 25, 2011, because of allegations of corruption.

Communist China Tops the World PDF Print E-mail
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Communist China tops the world in the following:

1. China’s investment in education is not able to compete with Uganda, the number of children dropping out of school is the highest in the world.

2. China's poor families children admitted to universities, but poverty leads to parents, or family members suicide, again the highest in the world!

3. China's 900 million farmers have hardly any medical and social security welfare.

4. The annual number of mine disasters and the number of miners killed, is the world's highest.

5. In the past 10 years, corrupt communist leaders have transferred US$50 billion of China’s State assets to their overseas accounts, the largest systematic corruption in the world.

6. Every year, extravagance and waste by communist government officials of China cost the  public more than $US 44 billion. It is equal to the cost of the Three Gorges project, (another disastrous waste) and Chinese Government official car costs add up to more than $US 29 billion --- the highest in the world.

7. While millions of children in rural China study in extremely dangerous classrooms, the budget for the state run CCTV building is $US 1.3 billion.

8. Among big countries in the world, China is still the only one that charges high school fees for elementary and intermediate education; one student’s four years tuition fee at university is equivalent to 41 years of earnings for a peasant family, it is 3 times higher than Japan, which the world's second highest tuition fees.



Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 August 2010 14:39


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