Report Titled China's Poverty Reduction: Concepts, Perceptions and Inspirations Released
The International Forum on Poverty Governance and Development Towards Modernization was held Tuesday in Nujiang, southwest China's Yunnan province. At the forum, a report titled China's Poverty Reduction: Concepts, Perceptions and Inspirations was released by the Academy of Contemporary China and World Studies (ACCWS), a think tank of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG).
Since China’s reform and opening up, especially since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the country’s poverty reduction garnered increasing global media attention, the report revealed. English coverage on the topic has continued to account for the most of the news about China in the past two decades. Among the five continents, Asia, the Americas and Africa have published the most number of reports on China’s poverty alleviation campaign. In terms of countries, India, the United States, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia top the list.
“A number of developing countries are interested in China’s experience in poverty alleviation,” said Yu Yunquan, President of the ACCWS. “Targeted poverty reduction” “ecological protection” “relocation” “education” “employment” “eliminate hunger” “infrastructure construction” “the Chinese pattern” “sustainable development” are some of the most frequently mentioned words in international media coverage.