外文标题：Twenty Years Of Transformation Of Xichong…………..Part 2
This is the scenario when it is still considered a developing country because a large part of it is still underdeveloped, where people don’t have basic access to food, education, electricity and water.
Let’s read what Young says:-
From 1990s most of young people started going to GuangDong province to find new jobs after the “opening-policy”made by national leader Deng Xiao ping who is really loved by almost all the Chinese common people. He let us first know what real world is that awoke all self-contented or naive Chinese people and made them realize how backward china was as compared to Japan and USA.
That time we just spared no effort in learning about the advanced counties. Almost at one night the government let all students start to learn English. In order to catch up with advanced counties even the government disallowed entry of the students poor in English to the universities.
Because at that time there were only a few universities in China，we had to sacrifice those students whose knowledge of English was poor, no matter how good they were in other subjects. Our reasons of making this sad or unfair decisions was that we thought only the students well conversant with English could understand the world and help China in to new world（like the U.S.)
Even at that time my hometown was so poor but almost every parents would do every job they could to make their children go to school for education. It might seem like a crude joke but it is true that some fathers even became robbers or thieves to make money for their children’s education and pay their tuition fees。
It might be one of the reason that, in no more than 20 years we have just changed everything in China because the Chinese people strongly believe in the power of education. It is the basic and essential factor for changing a country, especially a third world country. An uneducated man only could make 1000 Yuan per month and slog all his life doing menial jobs，but an educated man can make countless fortunes all the lifetime from his innovation and creative ability.
Mr. Young has sent me fifty pictures. I have put some above. Let me put a few more here for you to see, what changes can be brought in a city, if its people are determined to bring about the change.