Despite recent advances—grain crops totaling an estimated 377 million tons were produced in 2003 (18.2% of the world’s total)—the enormous pressures of feeding and clothing China’s vast and growing population remain among the country’s most compelling concerns. Prior to 1949, some three-fourths of China’s exports were agricultural products. Although many lower schools had begun to reopen during 1969, several universities remained closed through the early 1970s, as an estimated 10 million urban students were removed to the countryside to take part in labor campaigns.
China’s leading aquacultural products are carp, kelp, oysters, and scallops. According to the Labor Law, male workers and professional women are eligible to retire at age 60, female nonsalaried workers at 55, and other women at age 50. The amount of the pension is decided by the local or city government based on the standard of living in that area. Implementation of this new departure was, however, delayed by the deaths of Mao and Zhou in 1976 and did not occur until 1978, by which time the economic pragmatists, led by Deng Xiaoping, had emerged victorious from the subsequent political and ideological struggles. Many European missionaries and merchants, notably Marco Polo, came to the Mongol court. China produced 306,000 tons of honey in 2004, more than any other nation.
This contrast extends to how children are perceived. Hopefully, what I have illustrated by these examples is that AR can easily be implemented by VLC. More work is definitely required but the value of VLC in AR applications is hopefully proven. Until 2001, it was also the only country to have attained the status of demographic billionaire, but in March that year, India also reached a one billion population.