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Agriculture Nóngyè 农业‎ 

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Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Amy ZaderAmy ZADER

Agriculture has been crucial to the growth and development of Chinese civilization since ancient times. Over the past century many significant changes in agriculture have reflected large-scale political upheaval in China. Today Chinese agriculture thrives through the development of technology, but it continues to face challenges related to food security in a changing environment. ...

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