Harmonious Development in West China Based on Constructive Postmodernism

Yong-yue YU


West China represents 71% of the total land in mainland China. But believe it or not, due to being desert, among the soil of Western China, only 4.2% of it is arable. Given the limited arable land in West China, post-modernistic view on West China Development, in particular its stress on sustainability, I suggest that postmodernism, what I’ve been proposing, be our possible way out.
Key words: harmonious development; West China; constructive postmodernism


harmonious development; West China; constructive postmodernism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720090505.001


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