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My Scholarship entry - The Dragon's Dilemma

As the world’s surging superpower, China should become a model for other newly industrializing nations to find the balance between economic growth and environmental conservation. Though much of the eastern half of China is covered with cities, the western half remains largely undeveloped. Chinese businesses and government need to set a new standard in adopting environmentally-aware development policies to protect wild areas such as the Meili Mountains in the fabled land of Shangri-La.

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As the world’s surging superpower, China should become a model for other newly industrializing nations to find the balance between economic growth and environmental conservation. Though much of the eastern half of China is covered with cities, the western half remains largely undeveloped. Chinese businesses and government need to set a new standard in adopting environmentally-aware development policies to protect wild areas such as the Meili Mountains in the fabled land of Shangri-La.

Tags: shangri-la, china

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