歹 dāi bad; vicious; corpse
NotePicture of human remains - broken chips of bone
Number of strokes 4
Index 78 used in: 死 sǐ (die)
Different tone代 dài (replace)
戴 dài (to respect)
Stroke order for character 歹, kindly provided under Wikimedia creative commons license ➚
China is putting a great deal of money and effort in building a space exploration programme
. Already missions have put people into orbit around the Earth and landed robots onto the Moon. Plans exist for a large space lab and manned landings on the Moon and even missions to Mars.
Any recent visitor to China will have come away astonished by the pace of change. Huge, new buildings pop-up everywhere. The government has a strategy of planned construction of whole new urban centers. While the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) of Deng Xiaoping's era have prospered there is now more than example of how this strategy has failed to deliver. Ordos has been widely featured as a modern ghost town because a local boom from coal mining did not take place. Other developments within Tianjin, Kunming cities and at Yingkou, Liaoning have also failed to find take-up by companies. The government strategy seems to be moving from designating new cities to develop to following industrial development - only putting new urban cities where there is a demonstrable need for them.
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