China's Way to Progress by Galeazzo Santini Summary and questions notes

Jun 21, 2018

China's Way to Progress by Galeazzo Santini Summary and questions notes

China's Way to Progress by Galeazzo Santini Summary and questions notes

Here are the summary and the short questions notes for the essay on China's way to progress written by Galeazzo Santini. This post also included the important notes for 2nd year English book II. These are complete notes. You can download these English Notes in PDF format.

China's Way to Progress Summary

China is now fashion around the world. Since its independence in 1949, China has significantly improved its economy and made much progress in all fields of life. China is the most populous country in the world with two billion population. The west has a misconception about China's huge population. They thought that this huge population will create unending damage to China but Chinese have proved it wrong. This huge population has become the real strength of China.

The author throws light on various aspects of social, economic and industrial life in China. China has decentralized its economy by linking the remote areas to small economic activities at local level. Chinese workers enjoy all social security benefits. Chinese women enjoy special social security benefits. Chinese economic policies are directed towards people: not towards money.

This all made other countries to visit China and follow in their footsteps. Now we cannot neglect the speedy progress of China. We must acknowledge its worth and place in the world economy.

Questions Notes

Q. 1: Why has the world changed its attitude towards China?
Ans The world has changed its attitude towards China because of its great progress. After independence in 1949, China made immense progress in social, agricultural and industrial fields.
Q. 2: Discuss Chinese agriculture system?
Ans In China, agricultural land has been divided into small sectors known as communes. These communes are further divided into production brigades. The Chinese still carry on their traditional labor along with modern agricultural machinery.
Q. 3: How does China rely on its own resources?
Ans China relies on its own resources by using all sorts of products and machines prepared in China. Such products and machine are easily available. They are cheaper than foreign machines.
Q. 4: Describe a day in the life of a Chinese student?
 And: Je Wen Siurepresents the students in China. She gets up early in the morning, does some domestic chores, takes breakfast and goes to the school at 8. After 11 am, she comes back home takes her lunch and goes back to the school. She and revises his lesson. After 4 o clock he takes rest reads the newspaper and enjoys the radio.
Q. 5: Write a note on the Chinese women?
 Ans : Chinese women are hard working. They lack feminity. They do not use beauty products. They enjoy many social security benefits. They enjoy free hospitalization and medical facilities.
Q. 6: What are the social security benefits provided to the Chinese workers?
 Ans : Workers in China enjoy complete social security benefits. It means the state is responsible for their comforts and needs in society. They are provided housing and medical facilities. They enjoy easy terms of service in factories and the facility of assistance schemes.
Q. 7: “It is the people and not the things that are decisive” Discuss.
 Ans : According to the writer, there are two worlds: one is the world of facts and figures and the other is the world of faith. Mao the Chinese leader believed that the number of people or economic facts and figures does not count, people themselves are important if they have the faith for the benefit of the people.
Q. 8: “The heart of the matter is the need to root out selfishness” Discuss.
 Ans :  According to this statement, everyone should work for the betterment of others. The secret of

China’s progress lies in this principle. They work for the benefits of all. 

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