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Editor's Note:

2011 has been an eventful year. China 24 brings you the year-end round up —— China Diary 2011. The special program are joined by CCTV correspondents who have been covering those stories. They are Wang Yizhi, Xu Zhaoqun, Guan Xin and Feng Jinchao.

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CHINESE EVACUATION FROM LIBYA

NEWS REVIEW

Out of Libya: Accomplish-
ments we
left behind



The crisis in Libya changed a nation and rattled the world. In the aftermath, China launched its biggest ever evacuation of its nationals from the troubled country. More than 35, 000 Chinese citizens living in the war-torn country were repatriated.

In-Depth Analysis

Studio discussion: 35, 000 Chinese brought out of Libya

Q1: 35,000 CHINESE BROUGHT OUT OF LIBYA
Q2: CHINESE DIPLOMACY
Q3: INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Q4: CHINA AND ITS NEIGHBOURS
Q5: CHINESE FOREIGN POLICIES

CHINA ECONOMY

NEWS REVIEW

Feeling the pinch of rising prices





Many are convinced that things are becoming more expensive, and their money is worth less. This is a result of high inflation. Tackling inflation is the main theme of China’s economic debates this year. How are average Chinese lives affected?

In-Depth Analysis

Progress in taming China´s inflation in 2011

Q1: REASONS BEHIND INFLATION
Q2: IMPACT OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC WOES

PROPERTY MARKET

NEWS REVIEW

China implements tight measures to cool property market



2011 was an eventful year for China’s property market. The Chinese government adopted unprecedented tight regulatory measures, to bring house prices down. The measures included shrunken credit for both developers and buyers, putting in place home-buying limits in more than 40 cities, launching a pilot property tax in some cities, as well as a large scale government-subsidized house building.

In-Depth Analysis

Studio interview: Should gov´t step in property market?

Q1: REAL ESTATE MARKET
Q2: LIMITED LIQUIDITY
Q3: SURGING CPI
Q4: ECONOMY SLOWS DOWN

SOCIAL SECURITY

NEWS REVIEW

Social security benefits more in China




China has made significant progress over the past year in building up a social security system aiming to cover all its citizens. The Social Security Law, launched in the middle of 2011...

PUBLIC SAFETY

NEWS REVIEW

Safety issues remain a concern in China




On a hot summer night, a bullet train collided with another train and derailed in east China, killing 43 and dragging the country into grief and doubt. After more than four months, results on the investigation were released by the State Council. But it has not fully calmed the nation.

WEIBO-MANIA

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Weibo helps Chinese express views




For the year 2011, there is one topic that must be mentioned, and that’s Weibo, or micro-blogs, the Chinese version of Twitter. It has become a way of life in China, especially for the young.