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Descriere: (210731) -- TAIYUAN, July 31, 2021 (Xinhua) -- In this combo photo taken on July 20, 2021, the left part shows Liu Shuang in an orchard; and the right part shows Liu Shuang checking Yuluxiang pears in the orchard in Xiyang County, north China's Shanxi Province. Born in Xiyang County, Liu Shuang took her father's advice and returned to her hometown after her school days with bachelor's and master's degrees from Wageningen University in the Netherlands and a Ph.D. degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She focused on improving the quality of the local pears which boasts both good taste and high economic value. She decided to give full play to her professional training and built an e-commerce platform for the planters to expand the market.\r\n As China announced victory over poverty earlier this year, more and more young Chinese return to hometowns to start their own planting businesses. With professional skills and novel ideas of management, they are bringing new vitality to China's rural economic development. (Xinhua/Chai Ting)