原文题目:This is Huaxi, China’s richest village!
Huaxi village, set up in 1961, is China’s richest village. It is also called the No.1 Village of China.
Here everyone lives in a villa and owns cars — imported cars.
In this village of Huaxi, a booming market town of 36,000 in China’s affluent eastern province of Jiangsu, every family has at least one house or villa, two cars and $250,000 in the bank.
The villagers homes/villas are of around 4,000 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft area.
The annual sales revenue of the village is around $30.78 billion.
One man is credited with turning around the fortunes of the village: Wu Renbao, who was the secretary of the village’s local branch of the Communist Party. Read on to find out how he did it …
Wu Renbao adopted a set of policies that were an amalgam of free market economics and customary principles of communism.
About 40 years ago, Wu Renbao, a farmer himself, propelled a movement which saw Huaxi transform itself from an agriculture-driven economy into an industrial powerhouse.
The village built factories by the hundreds and the disciplined villagers, who all work seven days a week and take breaks only once in a while, soon realised the fruits of hard labour and smart transition from agriculture to industry.
The village itself is like no other Chinese village or city. It resembles a western suburb that has been just plucked from the American countryside and transplanted into China.
Officials from elsewhere in China tour Huaxi to find out how this once sleepy village, with just 576 residents in the 1950s, is now so rich and why non-local businessmen would donate million-dollar factories to buy the privilege of a local residence permit.
Huaxi Village has adhered to a path of ‘relying on the collective economy and working for common prosperity’, says People’s Daily.
Big items like villas and cars are distributed in a uniform way to the villagers here.
People do not have to pay for it as the village distributes this wealth.
The construction and decoration are uniformly designed by the village, and also paid for by the village.
by sdf sdf (View MyPage) on Jan 06, 2011 11:12 AM
China knows very well to immitate or copy paste others. Once they lost a role model, they will be in no man’s land. It will start to face stiff challenge to lead peoples ambition and vision for better living
China the rising dragon
by vishes agarwal (View MyPage) on Jan 06, 2011 11:03 AM
There is no doubt in progress of china, but in addition China still have a lot of poverty which is unexplained in this article.
Also, China’s foregin policy are not appropiate.
Ex: Arunachal Pradesh in India, and Shiachin battlefield
by kskumar (View MyPage) on Dec 12, 2010 12:09 PM | Hide replies
This article doesn’t say how exactly the change came about. We would like to know how this transformation came about and how the village mixes traditional communism and capitalism.
This is poor journalism. Looks like the author of this piece just wanted to share his incomplete information with others.
Lots of maoists and communist on rediff
by adam simon (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 10:42 PM
Communism is like a VIP jail .You have everything but you are in a Jail.
So keep your money and prosperity as i love my freedom
Reading most posts here i know where are coming from communist ,Maosit ,CPM supporters.
We should appreciate them & china
by Bala Murali (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 10:37 PM
We should appreciate them & china ,because it is puerly their own money and hardwork.Not like USA making problem between the countries and earning money.For example giving billions of dollar,arms equipments to terrorist pakistan country and trying to bussiness deal with India.
by firstname.lastname@example.org (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 10:16 PM | Hide replies
China prospered and is happy without India’s dummy democracy and casteism.
Indians are brainwashed to believe that (voting in elections == democracy) and a solution to all problems.
china’s richest village..
by Rony (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 12:04 PM | Hide replies
We have to learn alot of things from china.. they are our role models… we need to follow china’s way… here all the politicians are chor (corrupt) and no politician has been hang till death till now for doing big scandals and they are still moving out freely.. see Lalu, A Raja, Madhu koda, Mayavati, chagan bhujbal, vilasrao chavan and lot of others..they are playing with the countries public property…countries growth… see our fiscal deficit… if countries income is less then expenses the balance is called fiscal deficit… how it is possible ?? we are paying lot of taxes directly and indirectly… where this money is going ?? in swiss A/c or any other place ??? need to checkout guys….
Re: china’s richest village..
by Somen Sen (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 09:00 PM
i want to request all netizens of india…let us start the movement for anti-corruption…..let that become the single point topics for all of us … at least for a year.
by abacha (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 11:56 AM
the name of the village resembles a cheap chinese toy brand.
hope its real and not a dummy!!!
anyway it looks better than most Indian cities/townships.
India and China
by Dhobi Khaya (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 11:52 AM | Hide replies
There are pros and cons to each way of governance.
Can anyone of imagine living in India where there is no freedom to
Have Children with no permission
Enjoy Life Freely.
Agreed our politicians are corrupt and not good enough, do we exchange that for a dictatorship? Just because we didn’t like a subject at school, did we abandon education? I guess not.
China has progressed far and fast, but at what cost? Do you know, during the Bejing Olympics, thousands of families were packed off onto trucks and sent off to the countryside, their homes razed to build stadiums and multiplexes….. to impress the world about China. Can we for one moment imagine that during the CWG, we can manage to do it and as a nation condone the action.
Yes, India is not perfect, but at least we are free. Do you think we would be able to have this discussion in China? Check out the news..there is a black out in China due to the Nobel Prize winner. Figure it out fellow citizens
Re: India and China
by sundar eshwar (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 12:05 PM
Middle class and upper middle class people can sit all day and talk about freedom’s virtues. At the end of the day, nothing matters when one has no food on his/her plate. The so called non-existense of freedom in China is just a propoganda by US of A. I’m from India and have lived in both China and USA. Believe me, India can break the shackles of poverty and corruption more easily by the Chinese form of governance than the failed democracy as we have it.
Re: Re: India and China
by Dhobi Khaya (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 12:20 PM
You mean to tell me that there was no black out on the Nobel Prize ceremony, no one was evicted from Bejing to beautify the city and that one can have as many kids if so one wishes? Freedom matters to those who have lived without it. Try living in a room all by yourself without any communication for a week. Then even a whiff of fresh air would precious. I am from India but have been often a second class citizen coz, I was from the south and staying in the north east.
Yes, do agree abt the bit of India breaking the shackles….but then we need to get good leaders
Re: India and China
by kcd (View MyPage) on Dec 12, 2010 12:24 PM
and free to die, free to starve, free to get killed enmass by rich industries, free to usurp others money, free to live in filth also. we are ready to enjoy all these freedom but not ready to live a disciplined life because we r a “democrazy”
Mumbai is the richest village of india !!
by prakash sharma (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 11:30 AM | Hide replies
richest and the poorest too !!
some ppl may oppose dictatorship in india ! but see the growth of china and see the growth of india !! see the workin culture in china and see the workin culture here in india !!
compare it . then u wil see who has done better in the past 50 yrs !!
Democracy was supposed to be for the ppl and by the ppl in india . but here it has become a mockery . public is remembered only in the time of elections !
China is far better even though its dictatorship !!
Show the other face.
by Rohan Kapoor (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 11:18 AM | Hide replies
This is one face of the coin…other face is too much dark in comparison.
Re: Show the other face.
by Sheetal Kaur (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 07:38 PM
At least China has two faces, where as India has only one that is the dark one only.
Great success story
by Krishna (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 11:10 AM | Hide replies
Read in between lines.
Workers working 7 days a week, 12 hours a day.
1. Are these workers residents of Huaxi?
2. What is the living conditions and standards of those workers?
China is a modern day Rome, where political prisoners, non communist commoners have to live and work like slaves. Now that the whole world’s eyes are on China (Mostly jealous) things are bound to change. But fact remains that Rome flourished thanks to it’s slaves, USA thanks to black slaves in past century, China thanks to the sacrifices of these hapless people who work 24×7
Re: Great success story
by Suresh Kalmadi (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 11:27 AM
This is the usual response of people who are jealous of china or incompetent to compete with china.
They still have better life, law and order, and food. Not like thieves in India who become MPs and loot you.
And stop singing about democracy and freedom of speech.
Re: Re: Great success story
by Krishna (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 01:40 AM
Ohh for God sake, dont respond the usal way of a Chinese Commie Fanboy! I am no racist westerner ! I would have been proud of China if it had a
1. Government that is open and accountable
2. The Chinese govt valued a friendship with India (It would have been natural had these power mongers ruling China and Nehru was not around)
Culturally, politically and economically India and China co-existed harmoniously until the Chinese power mongers and Nehru (By not acting early and playing double game) spoiled it all.
Re: Re: Great success story
by Hari Narasimhan (View MyPage) on Dec 08, 2010 06:22 PM
While I do not support or justify India’s corruption or do not agree to the USA throwing it’s weight around Mr krishna has made very valid observations about China. China is still a dictatorship ruled by a few headstrong individuals.In any totalitarian regime the dictatorship censors what the outside world should see and what it should not.In other words whatever China shows or the figures that it projects to the outside world cannot be believed since everything is in the control of a few individuals.A dictator will never rule in the interest of the nation, he rules according to his whims and fancies.
Coming to India, I accept that corrupt politicians have literally looted this country, but at the same time India is not at the mercy of these politicians, there is always ahope for change.A few instances are.
1. T.N Seshan took over as CEC and became a nightmare to all unscrupulous politicians.
2. Laloo who at one point of time was undefeatable in Bihar had to make way for Nitish Kumar.
3. Even Indira gandhi who was virtually “India”(almost a dictator) had to make way for Morarji.These things were possible in India thanks to elections.
Iam opposed to dictatorship only because they hold unlimited and unaccountable power and whatever they do cannot be questioned. No single authority should have absolute power. I welcome any questions/comments on my views
我不支持或者辩解印度的腐败，或者不赞同美国在克利须那神（指印度）面前展现力量，而对中国则无有效的监视。中国仍然是由少数寡头统治的专政政权。在任何极权政体， 独裁政权审查外部世界可以看的和不可以看的。换言之，不管中国向外部世界展示什么或者披露数据都不值得相信，因为一切都在少数几个人掌控之中。独裁者永远 不会以国家的利益为出发点来统治，而是反复无常。
1、T.N Seshan 接任CEC后，成为了肆无忌惮的政客的噩梦。
Re: Re: Re: Great success story
by Krishna (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 01:45 AM
Politicians are not aliens or chinese or Americans. They too are fellow Indians. We Indians have fallen into the bad habit of taking short-cuts. Gradually the system has become so rotten and we all are responsible for that. The day we shed our communal affiliations like caste and belief, then we will have a much better national vision. Until then the people with a national vision will be labeled as non-secular. The real patriots shall be flocked along with the real communal morons.
Re: Re: Great success story
by diego toti (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:03 PM
agree…i live in china so i know it better. My dear friend its work culture not slave culture or babu culture. 24 hours electricity, water , gas, transportation system is much better and organised …toilets for everyone no gangrapes,no honour killing etc……… streets are wider than our so- called high ways and many more …so please if u don’t know don’t write anything.
Re: Re: Re: Great success story
by Krishna (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 01:32 AM
My dear friend,
If you live in CV Raman Nagar and think it is Bangalore, you will write a lot of great things about the City. But entire Bangalore isnt CV Raman Nagar. Similarly the rosy picture of IT and front office isn’t exactly what China is all about. Unlike India, you wont be even allowed outside the so called SEZ. Do you know a company called Foxconn the major supplier for Apple iPhone? Think of the living standard of “normal” worker there. Do you know China is involved in building Rail roads in Nigeria and other african countries? Do you know what kind of Chinese work there? And their condition?
Yes all these things are things I have not seen with my own eyes, but have gained from corroborating information available online. If seeing is believing then we are not fit to live in this information age!
亲爱的朋友，如果你住在C.V. 拉曼纳格尔区，却认为它就是班加罗尔市，那么你可以对这座城市大唱赞歌。但是整个班加罗尔市并不就是C.V. 拉曼纳格尔区。类似地，美好的画面并不遍布中国。不像印度，你在中国将不被允许走出所谓的经济特区。你知不知道苹果iPhone的主要供应商富士康？想象 一下那里的“普通”工人的生活标准吧。你知道中国参与了尼日利亚和其他非洲国家的铁路建设吗？你知道那里工作的中国人怎么样吗？还有他们的条件？
Chinese never had to learn English and make themselve slaves
by bananarepublic (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 08:02 AM | Hide replies
Yet some pseudo-secular anti-national s#h#i#t in India still push this, trying to make it a Non-Indian and non-Hindu country.
Re: Chinese never had to learn English and make themselve slaves
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 11:14 AM
You are right that they do not learn English. Do you know the learn Engineering, medicine and all post graduate courses in Chinese. It is amazing how they have done that.Their engineering and technological capabilities are second to none. It really points out that knowledge of English alone is nothing great : maybe useful for a BPO job, that is all
Welcome to China
by email@example.com (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 01:02 AM | Hide replies
Indians are the most intelligent people in the world.China need more and more scientists, engineers, attorneys, artists，entrepreneurs,doctors,teachers etc.
Welcome to China and enjoy a successful career.
by sunil nair (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:40 AM | Hide replies
Reading all the messages given below , I just have one doubt – Are we so slow in improving because we are so good in complaining ? We read an article on China and instead of thinking of ways to duplicate that success here , we are more interested in complaining about everything associated with our country – the politicians , the beaurocrats , the religions , OTHER people ; infact everybody except ourselves . Are we so impotent that we can’t do anything for our country except sit and blame others ? Any improvement we need to make for our country starts with ourselves . Tomorrow if we decide that we won’t dump our garbage on the streets , pay bribes or jump queues , day after it will spread . It will take time but eventually the whole country will improve . And for all those losers who tell me that i’m impractical , every single achievement in human history was made by somebody who believed in themselves .
看了文章下的所有评论后，我只有一个疑问？我们进步如此慢，是不是因为我们擅长抱怨？看这篇关于中国的文章后，我们不是考虑在这里复制成功，而是更感兴趣于抱 怨国家的一切：政客、官僚主义者、宗教、除了自己外的任何人。我们是否如此软弱无能，以致于除了抱怨别人不能为国家做任何事。我们需要为国家做的任何改进 从自身开始。如果我们明天决定不再将垃圾倒在街上，不再贿赂或者插队，第二天将会传播开。这需要时间，但是整个国家最终将会进步。至于那些声称这是不切实 际的失败者，人类历史的每一项成就是由自信的人取得的。
Re: Complainers ?
by HASNAIN GANDHI (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 11:00 AM
You are right Sunil, we Indians are just busy in complaining. Its because in India, a person is not Indian- but a tamil, gujrati, bihari, marathi, etc. whereas in CHina, all are CHINESE.
May be this be the reason.
Re: Complainers ?
by Dhobi Khaya (View MyPage) on Dec 11, 2010 12:23 PM
Duplicate the Chinesse Model? lol. Would my fellow Keralites work for a minute more than the stipulated time? Why don’t you work and not waste time on this forum
复制中国模式？ 😆 可热莱特人是否愿意比规定时间多工作一分钟？为什么你不工作，而是在这个论坛浪费时间。
China village is far advanced than bloody mumbai
by QuranWasWrittenWithPigsBLOOD (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:02 AM | Hide replies
…see were we are after 60 odd yrs of independence…M/F congress fooled us for long..
Re: China village is far advanced than bloody mumbai
by Punter (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:06 AM
forget being like China, here even getting potable water is a luxury.
by mr beautifulmind (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:00 AM | Hide replies
jus cut and paste this village in mid of calcutta or mumbai, they wud rape it…hahahaha
Re: give this..
by Punter (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 12:03 AM
first they would steal all the valuables from the houses, including the construction materials used in building these houses and sell them as scrap.
then they will have country liquor and come back to stay in those same houses by overpowering the legal residents, using some fake documents created.
by WW (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 11:18 PM | Hide replies
This has to be a city…….not a village. Just by naming it village doesn’t become one
Re: Village !!!!!!!
by firstname.lastname@example.org (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 11:42 PM
There are only 36,000 residents. This is why it is being called village
Re: Village !!!!!!!
by dharmendra jadoun (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 11:47 PM
No .. it was a village decades back that is why it is called village
by om shanti (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 09:06 PM | Hide replies
Hopefully all Indians will stop throwing garbage to streets,gutters,potholes and neighbour’s compound from tomorrow getting inspired on cleanliness from this article…
China is successful because…
by Tamil Arasan (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 09:05 PM | Hide replies
1)Kashmir we have 4 million Muslims and daily we have issues of protest, China Xinjiang state have more then 20 million Muslims and hardly any news about protest because the protesters are brutally crushed..
2). Aged above 60 only can go for Huj, because China government consider the youngsters can be easily brainwashed in Saudi for terror actives and the elders go only for religious purpose…
3). No minority appeasement policy – one child policy is strictly implemented…
4). All Church Mosques are controlled by governed, first thing the communist did after revolution was kicked all the Christan missionary out of China…
5).Chines will never ever even in their dreams will imagine a Italian woman to lead their country!!
Re: China is successful because…
by R Balasubramanian (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 11:56 AM
you are totally wrong Arasan. Muslims of Pakistan and Afganistan and terror groups are liberally being funded by Chinese government to attack on India so that, they can emerge as developed asian country by beating the growth of india which is being envied even by US and Britan.
Since the muslims of china knows this game, they are silent. In general, all world muslims are against indians.
With your mind set up I am sure, you will gladly embrace islam if demands.
Arasan， 你完全错了。巴基斯坦和阿富汗的msl和恐怖组织受到中国资金的大力支持，用于攻击印度。这样的话，他们可以通过抑制甚至受到美国和英国嫉妒的印度发 展，从而崛起为一个发达的亚洲国家。中国的msl了解这个游戏，所以他们保持沉默。总之，世界上的msl都敌对印度人。随着你的思想成熟，如果有需求，你将很乐意信奉ysl。
Re: China is successful because…
by om shanti (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 09:12 PM
Good bullet point assessment..
Regarding point 3,I would like to add little here.China’s policies are very dynamic.They have already made some modifications on one child policy..If both of a couple’s parents(the woman’s parents and the man’s parents) had only one child each,then this generation(the couple) now have the right to produce two babies..this revision is to counter balance the demography to avoid any disbalance that may be created by ageing population..and ofcourse,no question of minority appeasement !
by TARUNKUMAR DASS (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:30 PM | Hide replies
Our police and judiciary are the most corrupt in world. They together with corrupt politicians are hindering India’s progress. India still follows primitive british laws and the powerful and the rich are the rulers in India. You can pay 1000 to a policeman and arrest a poor fellow and put him in jail for several months. A corrupt woman can similarly send anybody to jail on a false complaint at any police station. This India will take one thousand years to reach the present level of prosperity of China.
我们的警察和法官是世界上最腐败的。他们和腐败的政客一起妨碍印度的进步。印度仍然遵循原始的英国法律。掌权者和富人是印度 的统治者。你可以用1000卢比收买一个警察，逮捕一个贫穷的家伙，将其投入监狱数个月。类似地，腐败的女人可以在警察局以虚假的投诉将任何人送入监狱。 这样的印度需要一千年才能达到中国的繁荣水平。
Re: Chinese success
by R Balasubramanian (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:36 PM
dont get carried away by such stories appearing in media. They are concocted. China is more corrupt than India and majority of people are only materialistic and have no humanity to others.
I do not defend the current state of affairs of this country. But who is to blame. Its we people. First let us correct ourselves before blaming others.
From agriculture to industry is the key
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:17 PM | Hide replies
The main reason for Chinas success is the shift from Agriculture to Industry. Small towns have many factories and they just depend on rains like our farmers. They are hardworking and as a group form zones for producing cost effective goods.
Iam not sure if we can work in this way. We are unwilling to mine minerals in the name of environment and continue to be lazy.
The whole world will be dependent on China if they do not take manufacturing seriously.
Re: From agriculture to industry is the key
by jet (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:45 PM
so who will give food to the billions of people in India.It is just one village which went away from agriculture.China has huge agricultural production. You can not just move away from agriculture and become 100% industrialized. we have to keep balance in both. we dont want to live in villas and depend on countries like bangladesh for food grains.
Re: Re: From agriculture to industry is the key
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2010 11:34 AM
No one is telling to move 100 % to industries. There is too much dependence on agriculture now..This is why farmers are suiciding.
Indians Pissed off
by arvind kumar (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:02 PM | Hide replies
Looking at the blogs here, we have to agree that we don’t have Visionaries and leaders. We are the most pissed off country, feeling great for democracy. It sucks big time!!
It’s only the individuals that make our contry proud and cos of them our economy grows. IT IS NOT BECAUSE OF GOVT PLANS!!!!!! I am getting BLOOD PRESSURE!
Re: Indians Pissed off
by Pankaj Chipalkatti (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:35 PM
Imagine you were told to only do one thing in your life, say, “Manufacture forks and nothing else. Try going independent and making more money for yourself and we will put you in jail for anti-communism or label you a counter-revolutionary.” Jail is a simple term for the trouble that will follow.
Our problem isn’t democrazy, in fact it’s a boon. Democracy has earned a bad name only due to how our leaders have abused their power to influence. China relies on the one party policy since it thinks this way it can reduce corruption, but it still happens there too.
Yes, the Chinese are hard working, but that’s because not working hard can have serious punishments otherwise. If you’re good in school, you are sent to teach in a nondescript village(doesn’t matter if you want to start your own company or work in a company of YOUR choice)! The Chinese people’s news is based on heresay! On rumuors! The Tiananmen massacre was unknown to most people and students from other regions when it happened. Things haven’t changed much since then – people are told what to think and cannot do so independently.
Democracy gives us a right to be what we want to be – we can even choose to stop spitting (since we all learned in school that it was a nasty habit) and … simple civic sense, but still we continue to do so – don’t blame democracy for it. It’s how we ‘choose’ as pro-democrats to allow our leaders to lead us and how we ourselves can make a
Re: Re: Indians Pissed off
by om shanti (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 09:00 PM
Pankaj….I am in China for 8 years..chinese are enjoying better life than Indians..donot believe in media made images about China..nobody is harassed to do any job..there may be some specific incident somewhere..for example,if there is an honour killing case in UP,that does not mean that honour killing is a hobby of all Indians..
Re: Indians Pissed off
by V SR (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:33 PM
I agree with you. In China everything is the initiative of govt and nobody can oppose that. In the process they achieve it. In India, everything is based on demo-crazy. Nothing works. China grows because of their leaders, India grows despite their leaders.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Indians Pissed off
by cool ram (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 10:08 PM
Sell India to chinese government…or let them conquer us. I swear…we all would live a better life. We too would b a developed country…with better lifestyle, improved infrastructure etc. All dirty politics would come to an end.
by bijal goswami (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:40 PM
It a fairy tale of cooperative communism married to free market econnomics. Hard work always pays. Way to go.
Huaxi, China’s richest village!
by Sheetal Kaur (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:39 PM | Hide replies
Had this village been in India,it would have become a slum by now.
People of India do not know how to look after them self and the property they own.
Nor they are interested in keep ing their soundings clean.
If there is a small puddle of water in the court yard the owner will throw a stone in it and use it as a step for rest of his life but will not fill it and level it so that water does not stands in it any more.
INDIANS ARE THE LAZIEST PEOPLE ON EARTH.
Even a dog when sitting down cleans the place with its tale,an India will just sit on as it is.
TRUTH IS TRUTH LIKE IT OR NOT.
Re: Huaxi, China’s richest village!
by ravinder khatana (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:48 PM
very well said…
Re: Huaxi, China’s richest village!
by Parikshit Sahni (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:38 PM
No Sheetal, I like it very much. I agree with you alwys even before you try to say something.
Are U an Indian?
Re: Re: Huaxi, China’s richest village!
by Rajeev Aggarwal (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:39 PM
I do not know Sheetal but I am sure she is an Indian, like me. The example she has given is so perfect that only an insider can provide it. It reflects the general attitude in all walks of life in India. We are only thinking about how to get our work done (somehow). It is of very little (or no) concern that how the other people around us are going to get their job done. That is why, instead of fixing the system, we always prefer to go around it to get our own job done. A few privileged ones get their work done and rest of the India suffers. It is high time that we recognize it, accept it and consciously work on help fix it, in any capacity we can.
Re: Re: Huaxi, China’s richest village!
by Sheetal Kaur (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 11:06 PM
Yes, I am 100% Indian and proud to be.
Having said that if you think being and aaIndia I should not Slag India then you are wrong If India does good surly I will praise and have done so many times.
I look at both sides of the picture without any bias.
by Jugal Ahuja (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:07 PM | Hide replies
a few days back china tested its latest version of high speed trains(HST)on the newly laid beijing-shanghai track & achieved a speed of 486 km/hr.imagine beijing to shanghai in just 4hours,this will make their airlines feel jittery.if indian railways could do this our private airlines would not have dared to blackmail the govt. in india we are still languishing @ 160 km/hr;i.e one third the speed of china.well are economy is only 25% of china. it is the western press paid by the indian govt which is continuing to compare india with china,infact as above,there exists no comparison,they are far far ahead.since i go to china @least once/year,every year i see remarkable progess achieved.
Re: china’s achievement
by Sheetal Kaur (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:45 PM
If it happens in India,some group will destroy it.
It will never run on schedule or even run at all someone will rip the track apart and some other group will come and sit on the tracks with slogan TRAIN ROKO.
INDIA NEEDS A RULE OF THE GUN BEFORE IT STARTS THINKING ABOUT HIGH SPEED TRAINS.
where high speed trains run perfectly in the rest of the world India high speed will be marred by accidents regularly.
ALL BECAUSE OF ADVANTAGE TAKING POLITICIANS AND STUPID PUBLIC.
Re: china’s achievement
by Kamalbehari Lal (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:50 PM
It is still possible. For short distance trains between metros such as chennai to Bangloru, chennai hyderabad, chennai to coimbatore, Delhi to lucknow,Delhi to chandigarh etc, railways can run fully air conditioned non stop trains specially at night.Some extra facilty could also be given like coach attendents more toilet,towels and tooth paste etc like in five star hotels.You will see many people will shift from air to railways.Also from key points in cities to stations.Fare can be slightly increased.
Re: china’s achievement
by Raj (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:19 PM
dude which train runs at 160 km/hr in india???
Re: Re: china’s achievement
by Jugal Ahuja (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:58 PM
new delhi-bhopal shatabdi express in sections runs @ 160 kms/hr.
China is Richer
by Sameeer (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:22 PM | Hide replies
China is far richer than India, this is because they have communist who rule the country but here we have NDA or UPA all are Corrupted and eating India from Inside.
Re: China is Richer
by x (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:39 PM
Who says they are a communist state. It is a free market economy, the model of a capitalist economy. And they are neither a democracy. It is a totalitarian state.
Re: China is Richer
by a g (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:49 PM
If China is richer than India due to communism why are our two communist states (West Bengal and Kerala) so backward? It’s not only the political system but also the way it’s implemented/followed and attitude of people that determines the success of any nation. India has it’s natural resources in abundance. But, is it being properly exploited? We elect poor leaders who exploit people who inturn blame everything and everybody in the world and don’t care to even cast their vote properly. As they say, ‘no pain no gain’.
In the above article they talk of the villagers working through out the week!!! Do we work properly even for 5 days a week? Most of us are deeply self centered and selfish and so are our leaders because they merely reflect a poor us!!! So, we as citizens need to improve…improve our outlook and the way we think and act. Today it’s China and tomorrow it will be some african country that would beat us on all fours if we do not change our attitude!!!
Re: Re: China is Richer
by Nagaraj (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 06:39 PM
Kerala backward?? In which aspect? It is on the top when it comes to Human Development index, whether it is healthcare, literacy, minimum wages etc. Btw I am not a keralite
Re: Re: Re: China is Richer
by surya das (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:26 PM
Kerala is not backward,which is true. But same time you can’t justify by saying due to communist regime Kerala became developed. Rather truth is almot one person in every family works in middle east, which that makes their state richer not by those communist people. And, mark my word, in near future Kerala will beterrorist hub, because you do not know to whom are you shelter. People are coming illegaly from Bangaladesh, Pakistan and stay there and make your as well as rest of India miserable.
Re: Re: Re: China is Richer
by Sebastian A (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:23 PM
@ag: Why are you comparing communism in India with communism in other countries… In India politics is for power.
BENGAL is one of the worst states in India. KERALA is better (I am from Kerala)…thats not because of communism or not …. its all people …who make things good or bad…
Re: Re: Re: Re: China is Richer
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:08 PM
Kerala is extremely backward. Just because of Gulf money the development index is good. Go and see the roads. Roads in Bihar are far far betetr. It took me 4 and lald hrs ro travel from palakkad to Kochi last week. It was a back breaking journey. With no industrial development it is just collapsing.
Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: China is Richer
by Nagaraj (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 11:18 PM
I go by human development index and per capita income to judge whether a state is developed or not. From whatever reports I read, Kerala is doing well, in fact, much much better than other states, on both fronts. Whether the money comes from Gulf or some other source, hardly matters. Why cant people from other backward states like Bihar, UP, MP, WB go to gulf n make money? Who stopped them?
India also have richest village
by gagan chandan (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:02 PM | Hide replies
Re: India also have richest village
by prem k (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 07:36 PM
with no power, water, public transport, not even delivery of mails and letters – Gurgaon is the richest village of India
Re: Re: India also have richest village
by Kaka (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:27 PM
It is not a village, it is a city
People are reacting in a hostile way out of ignorance
by Cric Fan (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:00 PM | Hide replies
Why do I see so many negative and hostile messgaes on this article? The author clearly says it is the efforts of one man in the 50s that transformed this village. Now, it is a tourist attraction and a model for other chinese villages. To call it a village is a misnomer, from what one sees in the photos.
However, we Indians shoudl open our eyes to reality. Whatever you say about communism and lack of free speech, etc., China has developed in leaps and bounds. The chinese are very hard working people. China is now far ahead of India in many respects. the sooner we common people of India and the idiotic leadership that we have realize this truth, the faster we can do something to try and catch up. Let us not be like the ostrich with its head in the sand. Wake up Indians. We can also do it, if we have the right attitude and work hard.
Non sense article…
by Vortex (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:45 PM | Hide replies
It is a planned township just like LAVASA near Pune in india..where common man can not buy home…..
Re: Non sense article…
by vadlamudi srinivas (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:06 PM
If you read the slides, it is started in 1950s, the wealth (cars, villas) were distributed in uniform to everybody in village, Its unique, did you heard anywhere of this kind
Re: Non sense article…
by R K (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:15 PM
non-sense comment….its a village made by dedication and hard work from its inhibitant….not a leisure township like lavasa where mostly corrupt money will be used for purchase of property by rich mass.
first read full and then comment…dont comment just for the sake of commenting
by Raju (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:44 PM | Hide replies
They create some village like this for propaganda that all is fine in their country. If all the villages are like this, why is China considered one of the poorest countries in the world and their GDP is only 6000 dollars which is very low.
They spend all the money on extravaganzas like Asian games and some select cities just to boast that they are on par with USA and the rest of the poor in the country have no voice.
by IMTIAZ KHAN (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:57 PM
To be fair, we should not criticise them but inspire ourselves to reach the benefits of development to our own people.By criticising them we will not benefit, but surely we will benefit if we are amenable to learning from them.
You would agree, our people – especially in rural areas – are living in inhuman conditions. Our political class and bureaucracy do not feel any sense of responsibility towards our citizens.
It is ok if they enrich themselves but must also ensure development reaches the people. Our guys are just inspired by unsatiated greed. The people are going for a toss. For how many years are we going to remain a developing country.If East Germany was brought near par with West Germany in just 10 years, there is surely something our guys are not doing.
by shubasrikrishna (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 08:11 PM
Have you gone to China? Please go there and then talk… You will not write this after that.
by jaapaal maatre (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:39 PM | Hide replies
these people work for 7 days a week! no wonder china has more elderly and diseased population than any other country does. such a growth and prosperity can never be sustainable. soon the enthu among the populace will runout and china will for sure melt into chaos and poverty.
by Raghavendra RH (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:45 PM
You visit once to China, and I am sure , You will change this opinion. We Indian pat ourselves, saying We r no way down to China but regret to say , We no way match with China . We are underdeveloped by atleast 10 year compared to china
Re: Re: hmmm!
by IMTIAZ KHAN (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 05:00 PM
Agree with you. I have not gone to China myself, but many of my friends who have been there voice the same views as expressed by you.
What about the poorest ones
by x (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:38 PM
Well, this is the richest. What about the poorest ones?
china can set examples to asian including indians
by brian crasto (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:31 PM | Hide replies
The Chinese by far are much ahead of India. Here in India the politicians and businessmen will grab land at low rates all in the name of development, whereas in china atleast a great part goes to the citizens.
by prakash panicker (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:25 PM | Hide replies
WHen we indian can achieve this…
Re: richest village
by Raghavendra RH (View MyPage) on Dec 06, 2010 04:48 PM
We will acheive this once true patriotic politician rule India. We should kill present generation of politicians who are cancer to our country.